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Publisher Description

Nominated as one of America’s best-loved novels by PBS’s The Great American Read.

An American classic and great bestseller for over thirty years, A Separate Peace is timeless in its description of adolescence during a period when the entire country was losing its innocence to World War II.

Set at a boys' boarding school in New England during the early years of World War II, A Separate Peace is a harrowing and luminous parable of the dark side of adolescence. Gene is a lonely, introverted intellectual. Phineas is a handsome, taunting, daredevil athlete. What happens between the two friends one summer, like the war itself, banishes the innocence of these boys and their world.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2014
April 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
204
Pages
PUBLISHER
Scribner
SELLER
SIMON AND SCHUSTER DIGITAL SALES INC
SIZE
5
MB

Customer Reviews

Emmet Aloysius ,

Good Story

I read this book twice once as a high schooler and once thirty years later and enjoyed it both times. Good story, good writing, and characters who you care about. Recommended!...EAF

Kjlista ,

Okay

Tbh the paper back book is only 5 dollars so why would I pay $10 so it can be on my phone ? I could go online and read it for free...

I'm tryna save your life ,

The worst story of all time

If you want to give this to your teenage son, daughter, or even make your class read it. Heed my warning! This book is absolute garbage. This is the type of book you would find in the bargain bin, but it’s the only book with the note, “We don’t care about its cost just get this thing out of here!” The main character, Gene is extremely unlikable and describes all the other characters in the most disgusting ways such as him talking about some other guy’s butt. Not to mention Gene does this every time 24/7 whenever a new character enters the scene. You can barely get to know them because Mr. Know it all pops out of no where and shove their character bio in your face. On the front of the book, it talks about how it’s a moving coming of age story. Yup..attempted homicide and excessive weirdness is moving. Don’t read this book. It is the definition of cringe.

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