You know that moment when you are reading a book, wondering exactly who the hero is, and then, Kablammo?
Debut author Mike Freedman offers up a few in “School Board,” a raucous take on the most local of politics, the school board. At the center of the story is 18-year-old Tucker “Catfish” Davis, a high school senior running out of options when it comes to being a man of the people. His stint as senior class president is quickly coming to a close, but he’s not done rabble-rousing.
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