Six friends are trying to survive the last year of high school. Everything they’ve been aiming for their whole lives is finally here: Close friends, steady dates, and above all else, graduation day. What they failed to consider is that finishing school also means something else: Moving away to different colleges.
On the plus side, adulthood hasn’t quite happened yet, leaving plenty of time to fall in love, get hurt, skate, party, and hopefully last long enough to make it to college in the first damn place.
“It was mesmerizing... A Company of Tatters is an absorbing and heartbreaking read.” —BookPuke