Kicked out of yet another boarding school, Archie couldn't be happier to find himself back in London with old friends and an exciting social life. But he's worried about his cousin Ty, who is facing a sentence in a Young Offender Institution and doesn't seem to be coping. And he's finding that his old friends have moved on and it's a struggle to keep up with their new lives.
When he begins to learn surprising things about Ty, Archie goes on a mission to discover the truth about his cousin's past. But who is the real Ty? The thrilling follow-up to When I Was Joe and Almost True takes readers on a terrifying adventure through London's gangland.
Another life is the final book in the When I was Joe series.
For me this book was my least favourite of the series. Yes it has all the elements of the previous books but for me I didn't like the fact that the Point of Iew the story was told from for the majority of the book was Archie's. I must admit while he is a nice addition to the series I much prefer him as a secondary character as he can be quite irritating.
It was nice in this book to see the final resolution of Ty's story after the roller coaster of a ride that boy had been on up to this book.
As before the story is fast paced, action packed and gritty which made for compulsive reading and rounded off the series as a whole well. Maybe not one I'll ever bother rereading but certainly a book I enjoyed and am glad I read.