Between Two Junes Is a Forest by Geoffrey Dilenschneider
A Journal of Everything

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Having proven his sensitivity in A BOY AWARE, Geoffrey Dilenschneider is ready to share his innermost thoughts once again. BETWEEN TWO JUNES IS A FOREST is a journal spanning the course of a year--from June to June--exploring an outpouring of topics. This feast of poetry, short stories, expose, and essays takes readers on a journey of contemplation, self-doubt, and self-discovery.

Geoffrey's grasp of the ironic, unusual, and unexpected are the hallmarks of a new generation. Leaving no stone unturned, no vision incomplete, BETWEEN TWO JUNES IS A FOREST is about love, loss, growth, pain, and tolerance. Geoffrey easily disproves the old stereotype that teenagers are superficial and naive. He exudes maturity as he communicates his political views with more eloquence than most adults, but at the same time he is a typical teen interested in girls, sports, music, and seeing the world. BETWEEN TWO JUNES IS A FOREST is a work of great depth written by a teen of unending complexity.


About Geoffrey Dilenschneider

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Geoffrey Dilenschneider is sixteen, and in addition to being a successfully published author he attends high school, loves creative writing class, works on the literary magazine, and enjoys his favorite sport, ice hockey. He lives in Darien, CT.
Published April 1, 2003 by New Millennium Press. 285 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In "The Wandering," Dilenschneider muses, "The world's not meant to rise from darkness.../ The world's not meant to flow./ The world's not meant to stay together..../ The world's not meant to grow";

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