John Fell is a junior in high school. He gets straight A's in everything but science, he likes to cook, and he works part-time at a gourmet food store. He's crazy in love with his upper-crust girlfriend, Keats, a senior who lives in a palatial home on Dune Road. They are both counting down the minutes until the most important social event of the year-the senior prom. But when prom night rolls around, Keats is forced to back out of their date, and Fell accidentally rams his Dodge into the back end of Woodrow Pingree's Mitsubishi. Fell's accident proves perilously fateful, because in just a few months he will be in a new school, registered under another kid's name, and in love with a completely different girl. Change comes fast and furious sometimes. Just how fast and furious, Fell is about to find out.
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by M.E. Kerr
by S.E. Hinton
by Jackie French Koller
by Gary Paulsen
by Katherine Paterson
by Paul Zindel
by Cynthia Voigt
"M.E. Kerr imbues her stories strongly with feeling and a sense of place. In this compelling story high school student John Fell reaches out of his depth and, in a sense sells his soul. Narrator Woodman does a splendid job translating all the undercurrents of the story to the spoken rendition of Kerr's work. There are vast social, educational and geographical differences in the characters, all of which are presented in a manner that enhances the text. Woodman does female voices very well; he also presents the young characters quite believably. Kerr gears her work for teens, however, most adults couldn't fail to become enthralled in the spell of this story. S.G.B. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine"
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