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A teenage boy makes an exploration of his identity after losing his childhood sweetheart and beginning a new relationship with the aid of a computer.
Published April 1st 1988 by Scholastic
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I gave this book such a good rating because I really truly enjoyed it. It's one of the first books I ever read as a child. It is a short book, but the length doesn't not take away from the great plot.
A break-up book, from a boy's POV. This was one of the first books that I read as a new YA librarian, and perfect for me at the time since I had recently been through a bad break-up myself. I don't think it's still in print, and it seems like there might have been some stuff in the story about computers that would be dated now, but it would still be worth reading.
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