Byron and Mark are like brothers but when they get to 16 things begin to change. Byron is into girls but Mark is only interested in making money, yet they still enjoy hustling pool games in Charlie's Bar. When Charlie is killed defending them in a brawl Byron and Mark begin to drift apart. Byron is in love with Cathy and has to make the decision of his life when her drug-addicted brother goes missing.
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?A mature, disciplined novel which excites a response in the reader....Hard to forget.? ?"The New York Times"From the Back Cover:
'“We were like brothers,” I said, desperate. “You were my best friend -” He laughed then, and his eyes were the golden, hard, flat eyes of a jungle animal. “Like a friend once said to me, ‘That was then, this is now.’”
I broke out in a sweat and was suddenly glad of the walls and the bars. I think if he could have, Mark would have killed me.'
Bryon and Mark have been inseparable best friends from childhood, but now, at sixteen, they both sense they are growing apart.
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