I always enjoy Sue Brown's books. This was a well-written, as usual, and I enjoyed (if that's the right word) living in the shoes of a homeless kid for the length of these pages. It wasn't too angsty and dire, but real and moving and something I've really not spent much time thinking about. Danny/David's lack of ability to trust was sad but understandable. I also liked the romance a lot and Harry's stubbornness.
Like some other readers, I had a bit of difficulty swallowing the central conceit in the story That Harry/Jack would not recognize Danny/David.
Nevertheless, it was a good read and I whipped through it in a day. Thank you so much, Sue!