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Guy Wire (Misadventures of Guy Strang #4)

3.72 of 5 stars 3.72  ·  rating details  ·  29 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Guy can't imagine life without his best friend, Buzz. They've been inseparable since second grade, when fate tossed them together with a little help from a bad haircut, green boxer shorts, flying rice cakes, and a couple of hard-earned nicknames. So when an accident threatens to tear them apart, Guy finds himself clinging to precious memories of the friendship he'd wished ...more
Hardcover, 138 pages
Published October 15th 2002 by Harpercoll (first published 2002)
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Guy Wire was actually much more amusing and more thoughtful than I expected. Guy's best friend Buzz gets his by a car in the first chapter. While Guy and his readers sit around the hospital wondering if he will make it we learn about the rocky beginning to a fast friendship. A bad haircut, a crazy mom, shrubbery costumes, birthday wishes and rice cakes are the catalysts in this surprisingly sweet friend story. An unfortunately dorky cover will make this a hard sell to the modern crowd, but some ...more
Sarah Sammis
Guy Wire by Sarah Weeks is the fourth book in the Guy Strang series. It's a prequel framed by Buzz being in the hospital after he's hit by a car.

The flashback explains how Guy and Buzz met and became friends. Although I wanted more of Guy and his current family drama, I warmed to the book as the two boys became friends.

As it turns out I haven't managed to read any of the books in the series in order. Fortunately the books stand alone fairly well, and this one does that the best of all of them.

Cookies Palmer
that when buzz gets hit their relationship tears apart and guy needs new friends now
guy wire buzz and guy are freiands and guy tells buzz (proupar to die) and buzz rides his bike around the coner and bam.

if you want to find out more read guy wire.
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Sella Malin
Feb 20, 2008 Sella Malin rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: anyone
this series is interesting to read, although I wouldn't call it an amazing book. i liked this one the best; it was a sweet story.
Love this story. The best kid story I've ever read.
ilearned that this book is very good
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Sarah Weeks has been writing children’s books and songs for the past twenty years. She is a graduate of Hampshire College and NYU and recently became an adjunct faculty member in the prestigious Writing Program at the New School University, in New York City.

Her first YA novel, So B. It, which appeared on the LA Times bestseller list was chosen as an ALA Best Book for Young Adults and received the
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