2 Works in Henry Devlin
4 Oct 2012
There's not much to do in Derry, especially if you're a teenager that's going through puberty.
In which Pete gets a hold of his dad's alcohol, Beaver learns than short people can't hold their liquor, Henry needs comforting, and Jonesy has an epiphany.
In the dark, a familiar voice, thickly accented and cheerful whispers, as though he is breathing it right into Jonesy's hear.
"I thought we were friends, Jonesy."