Straight-A student Fisher Brown feels like he is on the verge of an academic burnout when his next door neighbor Lonny offers him a way out. Lonny's carefree lifestyle appeals to Fisher, so when Lonny offers to take him out of town on a mission to repair a friend's roof, Fisher decides to skip a few days of school to join him.
Little does Fisher know, but this journey will take him hundred's of miles and put him in situations that he never would have considered before. Fisher has to make choices about what really matters, and where his first loyalties lie.
I feel that Adrian Fogelin did a good job writing “The Real Question.” The book's plot is unique, and the characters in the story are quite realistic. “The Real Question” shows events as well as consequences, and that is always something I admire. This interesting story is, in my opinion, definitely worth reading.