'Dominoes' are the stories of those youths in Britain and their lives. It is the true, harsh, realness of the characters stories that had me feeling for them.
Bali Rai really made these characters so real, I could just see them in my head, and they stayed there. And the little stories of their every now&then stuck with me long after I flipped the last page.
The stories made me wince, made me smile, made dread rise up from my very being, and at one stage, had me laughing with my grandma staring at me oddly.
I won't give away too much of the plot - but the stories aren't arranged in an actual proper timeline. But once you get through the whole book it will all make sense.
Overall, the book is really a decent read. I perhaps would've liked the book to be slightly longer - a little bit more of their lives to be included or something, but I suppose the length is pretty decent, not too long, not too short to properly explain everything.
SO READ IT! Get it at the library or something. It's more than just a story.