Minneapolis writer Jason Wareheim never expected to go back to his ten-year high school reunion, but what he found back in his hometown changed the way he saw everything. The journal left behind by his best friend, Jack Wayne, brings back all the memories of their senior year, inspiring Jason to finally tell the story of qthe three musketeersq and their lives in the small town of Clarmont, Iowa. Theirs was a story crossed by love, tragedy, friendship, loyalty, and simple cruising on gravel roads. This is a story of high school.It had taken two solid hours of digging with my dada#39;s old snow shovel to get it out of the snowbank that had filled in around it over the ... As much as I didna#39;t want to admit it, I felt bad about the way wea#39;d left things. ... I pulled away and started north on the sparse gravel road out of town, some Metallica jamming through my cara#39;s cold speakers. ... My parents are already on my back about how loud I play a#39;em.
|Title||:||Our Senior Year|
|Publisher||:||North Star Press of St. Cloud - 2014-08-01|