|aThe last summer of the Death Warriors /|cFrancisco X. Stork.
|aNew York :|bArthur A. Levine Books,|c2010
|a344 p. ;|c22 cm.
|aSeventeen-year-old Pancho is bent on avenging the senseless death of his sister, but after he meets D.Q, who is dying of cancer, and Marisol, one of D.Q.'s caregivers, both boys find their lives changed by their interactions.