Pure Sunshine by Brian James

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A spellbinding trip of a novel about three friend breaking apart in their quest to stave off boredom and sameness.

It's not about the drugs. It's not about the girls or the fights or the fading streetlights. It's about two nights that weren't going to be different from the rest, but then took a turn. It's about trying to find out who you are and who your real friends are. It's about everything being the same, the same, the same. It's about nothing being the same again. It's about Brendon, WIll, and Kevin -- three friends on different paths -- and the weekend that put them to the test.

About Brian James

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Brian James is the author of the PUSH novels PURE SUNSHINE; TOMORROW, MAYBE; PERFECT WORLD; and THIEF. He lives in New York.
Published November 1, 2009 by Push. 179 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Literature & Fiction, Children's Books. Fiction

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The story covers 48 hours of their lives as they wander the streets of Philadelphia, after scoring some tabs of "pure sunshine" ("a sheet of California acid [with] little yellow suns illustrated on each tab") from their dealer.

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