I’ve been somewhat back and forth on how much I want to read Deposing Nathan by Zack Smedley. There are certainly some aspects of it that spark my interest, which is somewhat surprising since I’m typically bored with some of these themes–court cases, for example–but at the same time I’ve heard so many good things about this book and the story does sound interesting. I, for one, am really curious to understand what brought Cam to stab Nate.
So, it’s on my TBR.
Nate never imagined that he would be attacked by his best friend, Cam.
Now, Nate is being called to deliver a sworn statement that will get Cam convicted. The problem is, the real story isn’t that easy or convenient—just like Nate and Cam’s friendship. Cam challenged Nate on every level from the day the boys met. He pushed him to break the rules, to dream, and to accept himself. But Nate—armed with a fierce moral code and conflicted by his own beliefs—started to push back. With each push, Nate and Cam moved closer to each other—but also spiraled closer to their breaking points.
What do you think about Deposing Nathan? Does this sound like a book you think you’d be interest in reading or no? Was the synopsis shocking in any way? Do you have any guesses as for why Cam stabbed Nate or why Nate doesn’t want to convict him? Let me know all your thoughts in the comments!