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by Myron Levoy
Three classmates "Joshua, a chess prodigy, Karen, a feminist, and Lori, a sensitive artist" start an unusual friendship, forming a clique of their own. Other kids may think theyÂ're weird, their parents may not understand them, but they have each other. ItÂ's movies and pizzas and dances until their perfect trio is nearly shattered by the crosscurrents of love and jealousy ...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published May 1st 2000 by Backinprint.com
(first published 1984)
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cannot believe i hadn't reviewed this before. this is the book that introduced me to second-wave feminism, mental illness and bisexuality as things that might exist in the world outside my own head, and of course, nerdy jewish boys. like harriet the spy, the betsy-tacy books, and (sad but true) the bsc series, so much of what i am and what i write can be traced back to this book.
One of my all-time favorite books. I love the respect and tenderness with which Myron Levoy treats his characters, each of whom is distinct, vivid, and deeply interesting and worth knowing. The love triangle is believable and the ending is satisfying.