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I remember the first book that I picked up and read straight through. It was called "Say Goodnight, Gracie" by Julie Reece Deaver. It's definately one of those Jr. high level books (and I was in Jr. High when I read it), but I still have 2 copies of it, and I will read them every once in a while. (2 copies because the first one was so beat up I bought a nice, clean copy for show.)
The book is about 2 friends, Jimmy and Morgan, who have grown up together. You feel the bond between the two of them from the very first chapter, all the way through to the terrible accident that tears them apart. If you want to feel a little nostalgic and walk back through the days of being 17, this is a great book to get.
-- Angela (email@example.com), May 14, 2000
The original Drangonlance series. I think its only 3 books. I used to read those in jr. high also, I think they rock. I like those old school group caravan, D&Dish, adventure books if they are well written. Anything pornographic of course. ( Cant let my fans down :P ) and uhhh old charlie brown comic books, I can mindlessly read those things for hours, im pretty simple minded sometimes :) but its cool because I am the master swordsman
-- Goat (AngryGoatBoy@hotmail.com), May 17, 2000.