Black Rabbit Summer by Kevin Brooks
Black rabbit summer by Kevin Brooks is about a group of 5 childhood friends who grow up and also grow apart. One night Nicole calls and asks if everyone wants to hang out on last time before her twin brother and her move. Pete brings Raymond along, they meet Paul at the den. After a night at the fair and den two people go missing. One Raymond and one a super model from the five friends' home town. Read this book for an intriguing story with love and mystery on every page.
“Friends. People you know. People you used to know. People you think you once knew, but you probably never did. You probably just knew a part of them, the part of them that was your friend. And the rest, the parts of them that you didn't know -the twisted parts, the untrue parts, the parts you're seeing now -well, back then you just ignored them. But now you can't. Because now you can see it all, and now you know that 'back then' wasn't all wonderful and innocent. It was just a time and a place, just like every other time and place.”
This quote has to do with the literary element theme. You never really know you someone is until something goes wrong.
"Sinister yet seductive." Publishers Weekly
"Gets where the boys are." The New York Times Book Review"This book keeps you at the edge of your chair. Could not put the book down."
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