King’s older brother can’t really be dead. Khalid just left the shell of his human body to become a dragonfly. He’s sure of it, but he'll keep that information to himself so everyone doesn't think he's crazy. Luckily, King kept a journal of all the things Khalid used to say in his sleep so he can relive some of their moments together. He also relives the moment that Khalid told him to cut off his friendship with his gay friend, Sandy. Khalid pointed out that it’s hard enough to be Black in this town, let alone be friends with a gay kid. But then Sandy, who happens to be the son of the town’s racist sheriff, goes missing. King can’t let Sheriff Sanders know he was the last person to see him. Throughout the search for Sandy, King learns a lot about himself, his brother, and the love of family. This is a wonderful, sometimes difficult, story by an #ownvoices queer Black author. Highly recommend for upper elementary and middle school.