|Whitechurch (1999) [Novel]|
by Chris Lynch
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(From the publisher):
In the sleepy town of Whitechurch, three friends reach a crossroads that will change their lives--and their relationships--forever. There's Pauly, the troublemaker everyone is scared of--everyone including himself. Then there's Lilly, Whitechurch's sweetheart. Pauly's her boyfriend, but Pauly's best friend Oakley is the one she talks to . . . and what she really needs is someone who truly understands her. And finally there's Oakley, the reliable one, the one who's always there to pick up the pieces. Because he knows that if he ever stopped putting things back together, he might lose the two people he loves best. When one friend starts to go off-balance, how long can the ones who love him stay with him?
Set against the backdrop of the small town America nobody likes to talk about, Chris Lynch's Whitechurch is a tautly written collection of stories about what happens when an intense triangular friendship begins to break apart.
Original title: Whitechurch
Genre: Fiction→ Children & Young Adult→ Family & Relationships