From Midwest Book Review: http://www.midwestbookreview.com/lbw/feb_11.htm (this'll get you to the whole page on which you'll find a ton of reviews; either click on the Fiction Shelf link in the table of contents, or scroll way way way down until you get to Fiction Shelf titles, and you'll find mine there. Or, here's the individual review:
A Good Long Way
c/o Arte Publico
452 Cullen Performance Hall, Houston, TX 77204-2004
Adulthood comes at many kids like a pile of bricks. "A Good Long Way" follows three teenagers as they come to terms with their lives. Beto leaves home after clashing with his father one too many times and looks to Jessy for guidance on living on his own, no longer caring for school. Roel, Beto's brother, struggles with the conflicts of his father and trying to make his own way in the world. A story of growing up all too quickly, "A Good Long Way" is a solid and very highly recommended read (emphasis mine).