Review: Zane Riley – Go Your Own Way

go your ownAuthor: Zane Riley
Reviewer: Diane
Publisher: Interlude Press
Genre: MM Young Adult
ISBN: 9781941530344

Summary: Will Osborne couldn’t wait to put the roller coaster ride of his public education behind him. Having suffered bullying and harassment since grade school, he planned a senior year that would be simple and quiet before going away to college and starting fresh. But when a reform school transfer student struts into his first class, Will realizes that the thrill ride has only just begun.

Lennox McAvoy is an avalanche. He’s … Continue reading

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What’s your best/worst memory of high school? 

Sitting for the S.A.T. is probably one of the most daunting tasks for an American high school student. It’s an exam that everyone says can make or break a college application. One teacher told us it meant more than anything else we sent to a college, more than years of transcripts proving we could handle the pressure of maintaining good grades while being involved in half a dozen extra-curriculars and more than a stunning, well-written essay. S.A.T. scores were more important than remembering to sleep at night. Nothing else mattered.

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