The new book Tracers by J.J. Howard has “SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE” on bottom corner of the cover. Maybe the author is just being wishful, but I think this book would translate into a pretty good movie. Cam is a bike messenger in New York City. A high school dropout, Cam owes big money to the Chinese Tong. Money he borrowed, when his mom was dying of cancer, to try to save their house. He has no chance of ever repaying the money, when a girl falls out of the sky, lands on him and totals his bike. This beautiful stranger is part of a group of teens who practice parkour in the city. Parkour, also called tracing, is a sport where you walk up walls, jump over obstacles (like park benches or parked cars) and jump from the roofs of buildings. The group, controlled by an older man named Miller, gives Cam the chance to make the money he needs. But their activities border on the dangerous and illegal. I recommend this fast paced adventure, with some romance thrown in, to new adults and older teens in grades ten on up.