By Jerry Spinelli
Ninth grader Will Tuppence is in control.
He plans every little thing obsessively, from the ideal stargazing evening along with his overwhelm, Mi-Su, to the commonplace Saturday-night video games of Monopoly along with his neighbors. he is even deliberate his complete maturity: occupation as an astronomer; mint , black 1985 Jaguar XJS/12; young children. . . .
But every thing alterations the day Will learns one startling truth: protons—those tiny atomic debris, the construction blocks to the construction blocks of life—can die. the single factor that was once so convinced during this global to Will has an expiration date.
And Will's conscientiously planned-out life?
Not so definite, either.