‘Junkyard Junction’ by Bernard E. Smith II

17-year-old Tyler stands in the middle of the pole barn shifting his weight back and forth with his arms folded as his father rattles on and on about the junkyard business. He is bored to death with the whole thing and just wants to go out and have fun with his friends. His father wants him to take over the family business like his father did before him. After an accident, young Tyler discovered he could talk with the junk cars he was working on. But soon, his father ends up in the hospital. Can Tyler assume the role his father wanted him to have? Is he ready for what lies ahead?

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