by Richard PeckHow well do we know our bestfriends?
They were the best of friends.Sixteen-year-old Buck Mendenhall first met Kate Lucas thesummer before seventh grade. In eighth grade they madefriends with the brilliant and wealthy newcomer,Trav Kirby.
They didn't seem toneed anyone else. Mostly they looked forward to thegood times shared at Kate's house. it didn'tmatter if their classmates wondered about them; no onecould unravel their bindingties.
At least that's what they thought. When one ofthe trio finds the future too great a threat, theother two can only wonder: "How well did weknow our best friend?"
"With humanity, wit, and a quiet intensity, Peck's novel depicts suicide as a turning point inward of the pressures inan alienated and violent society." — Booklist, starred review.
A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year.
|Title||Remembering the Good Times|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
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|Book rating||3.71 (251 votes)