Year Published: 1971
Genre: Young Adult
All of Hinton's books for teens were favorites of mine since grammar school. This one deals with issues of drugs and morality. Bryon and Mark are best friends and have lived together like brothers since Mark's parents fatally shot each other in a drunken argument when Mark was young. But their friendship is tested by issues of morality. Grappling with immense emotional changes and struggling to come to terms with the death of a friend, Bryon is forced to make a decision between his friend and what he feels is right.
Simple writing, an easy read, and slightly dated. But still worth reading.
Challenge/s: Read it Again, States (OK)
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