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In their final year of high school, fate deals friends Aaron Fenn and Dean Higham two very different hands. Years later an adult Dean, now a successful Toronto condo salesman, wonders how to remake the past after a chance encounter with Aaron’s sister. Unflinching and mordantly funny, this novel about blind loyalty, first girlfriends, bowling alleys, big-hair bands, petty ...more
Paperback, 238 pages
Published June 1st 2007 by Tightrope Books, Inc.
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Jul 25, 2008 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: teens, canadians,
Recommended to Johanna by: my husband
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This book tells the story of a man named Dean.
It explains a very important time in his past as a teenager and then jumps to his current day as a mature adult. You could say he is still haunted by his past.
It's a very Canadian feeling novel. Both in the tone and the story and as I am Canadian I thoroughly enjoyed it. It spoke to me in many different ways.
I loved the story(ies) and how the author interwove them to create depth and interest.
And I'm always a fan of characters being set in towns/plac
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Andrew Daley is a novelist and screenwriter.

He was raised in Orangeville, Ontario, and moved to Toronto to attend university. Aside from a year in England, he’s lived there ever since. He’s done a variety of jobs, and seems to have settled in the film business. His two novels, Tell Your Sister and Resort, are both published by Tightrope Books, and his stories have appeared in a variety of magazin
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