Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô James H. Barrett Jr.
Review ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ô James H. Barrett Jr. For forty five year old Josh Rusty O'Brien it seems only a few years ago he was a young boy growing up in Oakwood Acres Pennsylvania a uiet suburb where everyone knew everyone That thought takes him back to the summer of 1973 when he and his buddies were fifteen years old Josh Jake Thompson Joey Flynn and Walt McDonald. An easy read and a fun ride This book reminded me of the simpler easier days when family community and friends meant so much The characters and relationships were built very well The boys showed a true bond like the love between brothers When your finished with the book you'll want to go back and read it again just to feel good again Thanks for sending us back to when we could be ourselves with fewer cares and just have fun doing it
Summary A Summer to Be Treasured
Download È A Summer to Be Treasured ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ For forty five year old Josh Rusty O'Brien it seems only a few years ago he was a young boy growing up in Oakwood Acres Pennsylvania a uiet suburb where everyone knew everyone That thought takes him back to the summer of 1973 when he and his bud Her from town into the rural area past old man Simmons' place and out to the abandoned mineWhile checking things out the four unexpectedly tumble into a twenty foot hole They spend the night in the hole hoping and praying their parents will find them But what happens during their eighteen hour ordeal changes their live. A Summer To Be Treasured is a feel good coming of age novel which reads like a memoir The story is set in a small town in Pennsylvania and centers around four very typical teen aged boys who experience an accident in an old mine andI don't want to give anything away so I'll just say it is heart warming and suspenseful and takes the reader back in time to an era of small town simplicity and compassion The importance of family and friends and good old fashioned kindness and neighborliness is definitely emphasizedI think the author did an excellent job of depicting the seventies; many details made me laugh out loud I recommend this book to young adult readers and anyone who wants to go back a few years and experience the antics and conversations of the four young friendsThe boys and their families and friends are easy to identify with and are uite believableeven if some of the events are other worldly
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A Summer to Be TreasuredWere virtually inseparable; it was a summer to be treasuredTheir favorite pastimes were hanging out together and riding their dirt bikes in and around their small suburb especially after Josh buys his 1969 Suzuki 250 Trail Bike Bored with the same old track in town the four plan a riding excursion that takes them fart. By Edward Cerill This review is from A Summer To Be Treasured Paperback I enjoyed reading a summer to be treasured it kept my interest it was wholesome it was down to earth it made me laugh it brought a tear to my eye it made me reminisce of the days when I was a young boyloved it