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message 1: by Mariel (new)

Mariel That's exactly what it's like.

message 2: by Szplug (new)

Szplug Thanks, Mars.

message 3: by Jason (new)

Jason 'Tis funny because, besides To Kill a Mockingbird (which still holds as probably my favorite book of all-time), A Separate Peace was the other school-read story that resonated with me almost as strongly at the time.

message 4: by Szplug (new)

Szplug Hi Jason. Thanks for taking the time to read those reviews. It's a kick to hear that you would rate the same two novels as your favorites from the assigned reading stack—and the more so because, back in those days, I'm sure I was pretty much alone in having that opinion. Freaking Ontario teens and their barbarian tastes...

message 5: by Jason (new)

Jason Chris, do you care to see my favorite review of A Separate Peace? It is here:

The reviewer completely nails what I love about it. I haven't read it in a long time, but I bet it is one of the few that I've read from school days that would still hold up to an adult read. (I've re-read To Kill a Mockingbird as an adult and that definitely holds up.)

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