The Destructors

What is the author's tone in The Destructors by Graham Greene?

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There is always a tone of uncertainty in the story. Will T be gang leader? Will the boys destroy Old Misery's house? There is always a tone of deconstruction of the status quo through the narrative. T burning the money and the artistic destruction of the house are two examples of this tone.