This was a really good book in that it’s based on a story that is not well known but is really important. Elrond is a young black ambitious student who was wrongly accused of a crime and therefore sent to a “reformatory school” which really was just a bunch of torture buildings to young boys who were enslaved for years. Elrond’s personal hero is Martin Luther King and he draws on his inspiration to survive his torture. While the story was important, I felt that the book was difficult to follow because the author says “He” a lot and it takes a lot to figure out who/which “he” the author is writing about. I wish his writing was a little bit more clear to get rid of the confusion but was glad that I read it.