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Our Senior Year

3.38  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  3 reviews
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 ''the three musketeers'' and their lives in the smal ...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published September 15th 2014 by North Star Press of St. Cloud (first published September 1st 2014)
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Feb 05, 2017 rated it liked it
This book is really more a 3 1/2 star read, close to 4 but not quite there yet.

The beginning of "Our Senior Year" feels unpolished and not quite ready for primetime. But then Jack's journal comes into the story and the storyline picked up. I throughly enjoyed the going back and forth between Jason, the narrator, and Jack's journal. Interesting seeing their different perspectives of their "senior year".

SPOILER ALERT here on out....

My main criticism is about the epilogue. While it was interestin
Mar 20, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I've never related to a book as much as I did with this story. "Our Senior Year" brought back so many memories of my own high school experience from drama with friends, school dances, cruising around town and the everyday thoughts of a normal teenager. From the characters trying to get the nerve up to ask someone out, to the struggle of changing friendships and heart-breaking loss, this book made me smile and laugh as well as wipe the sad tears from my cheeks. High school seemed so incredibly im ...more
Jul 21, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Wow! Thirty years removed from high school and this book brought it all back. Very powerful read.
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John Abraham is a published author and freelance journalist located in the Twin Cities, where he lives with his wife Mary and their cat Marble. His debut novel, Our Senior Year, was published in 2014 by North Star Press. His second novel, Last Man on Campus, was published in 2015 by NSP.

John's freelance journalism has appeared in the Southwest Journal, Hill & Lake Press, MinnyApple and StreetsMN.


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