The Way We Roll

 

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Sixteen-year-old William Rushton wears a genuine Rolex but pushes shopping carts for a living. He has some secrets—namely that he lives in the crawl space under the bowling alley, and he knows stuff that could wreck lives.

Tribal tattooed sixteen-year-old Julian Hillman also pushes shopping carts for a living. He has some secrets—namely that he spent time behind bars for trashing a bloke, and he loves the idea of owning a genuine Rolex.

The Way We Roll is a tragicomic urban bromance made of plastic and stainless steel.

‘As always, Scot Gardner nails it. The Way We Roll is magic; it’s dirty, rough, beautiful and understated magic, full of hope, love and hugs.’ Dani, Readings (Carlton)

 

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Phillip Gwynne and Scot Gardner at the launch of The Way We Roll

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