“In a world where dreams are possible and nightmares come true, can you romance a memory? James Morrison thinks so. Laugh, cry and blush with James as he recounts a late 20th century American life.
Review by: Charlene Perroni
I had never heard of John Zunski when I started reading this book. Now I am a fan forever. This is one of the best books of this genre I have ever read. Zunski gives us complete characters and a great plot along with plot twists that keep you guessing and the end--what a way to end a book. I will read more of his work because of this book.
Review by: Chaz Young
This is refreshingly unique book that looks at death and how it affects friends who grow up with each other. A very thought provoking piece of work.
Review by: Tanya Contois
The author of Cemetry Street has created an intriguing story about love, loss, and friendship.I enjoyed the way that I was able to see each of the younger characters grow and mature while handling the obstacles life threw at them.Anyone who reads this book should have some tissues nearby because I can almost guarantee that you'll tear up a few times.
Review by: Jan Brown
Get your tissues out! A great novel written about the "coming of age" of the kids that lived on Cemetery Street in a small town, starting mostly in 1985 and onward. Their triumphs and tragedies weave a compelling story with unexpected twist and turns that will turn into a tearjerker as you get embedded into their lives. This is truely a "must read" you don't want to miss. I had a hard time putting it down and can't wait to read the next book by this author!
Review by: Georgi Abbott
This is a charming and emotional book. Well written and easy to get caught up in. A good story and enjoyable read.