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Black Rabbit Summer Thoughtful Pete, Tough Pauly, Twins Eric And Nicole, Strange Raymond As Kids They Were Tight Now They Ve Grown Up And Apart They Agree To Get Together One Last Time, But, Twisted By Personal Histories And Fueled By Pharmaceuticals, Old Jealousies Surface The Party S Soon Over, And The Group Splinters Off Into The Night Into The Noise And Heat And Chaos Of The Carnival Days Later, A Girl Goes Missing The Prime Suspect In Her Disappearance One Of Their Own, One Of The Old Gang Pete Doesn T Know What To Believe Could One Of His Childhood Friends Really Be A Cold Blooded Killer



10 thoughts on “Black Rabbit Summer

  1. says:

    I recently remembered I read this book, but forgot what it was about and such So, I decided to venture into the reviews, which were all following some sort of status quo vote two stars, rave about Raymond, call the rest of the book total shit, etc However, I will have to go against this, because as soon as I remembered t


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wow Just when I thought something good would come out from this book, it went straight from being average to zero Here s the thing, when you write about a certain character a large portion of it , you expect the reader to care about the particula


  3. says:

    Picked up on a whim from a charity shop in the smallest historic county in England, I think I assumed this would beChris Brookmyre Colin Bateman in nature than it was When it came to add the book to my TBR list a couple of days later, I realised I d read a Kevin Brooks previously Kiss The Rain and I d not really enjoyed it I was


  4. says:

    Ever since I was a fifth grader, I read a book that changed my life That book was Cryptid Hunters, by Roland Smith A sci fi twist of emotion, adventure and surprise I laughed, I cried, I changed for the better as a person I must have read and reread it a million times Whatever Amazingly, all my life until now my junior year this was


  5. says:

    Title Black Rabbit SummerAuthor Keven BrooksPublisher Chicken House Scholastic Date Published 2008Genre Young AdultMain Themes Missing persons, Friendship, Growing up, Drugs and AlcoholPages 488Plot from book jacket As kids they were tight Now they ve grown up and apart Before going their separate ways for good, they decide to get toget


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I thought I was going to like this book the first three hundred pages or so Sure, the narrator isn t exactly likeable, but he makes you want to keep reading in the hope of finding out what happens to his best friend Raymond The book makes you think this is what


  7. says:

    This book is a coming of age crime thriller for teenagers I m not a teenager, and I m not really a fan of thrillers This book isn t for me And yet, I thought it was awesome.The plot centres around of group of friends in their mid teens As with any decent thriller, there s sex, booze, drugs and missing people I ve often said that moral ambiguity


  8. says:

    Interesting little book, but I really didn t like Brooks choppy, flat writing style On the bright side I thought the characters in Black Rabbit Summer were really original.


  9. says:

    4 starsRTC I need to process my feelings


  10. says:

    Coming of age and friendship warp together with a dark mystery subplot in this YA novel It s a good summer read as its title says.


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About the Author: Kevin Brooks

Kevin Brooks was born in 1959 and grew up in Exeter, Devon, England He studied Psychology and Philosophy at Birmingham, Aston University in 1980 and Cultural Studies in London in 1983 Kevin Brooks has been in a variety of jobs including musician, gasoline station attendant, crematorium handyman, civil service clerk, hot dog vendor at the London Zoo, post office clerk, and railway ticket office clerk.Kevin Brooks s writing career started with the publication of Martyn Pig in 2002 through The Chicken House which won the Branford Boase Award 2003 and was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal He also wrote Lucas 2002 which was shortlisted for the Guardian Children s Fiction Prize and Booktrust Teenage Prize in 2003 also winning the North East Book Award in 2004.In 2004 he published Kissing the Rain and Bloodline and I See You, Baby and Candy in 2005 In 2006 he published 3 books including Johnny Delgado Series Like Father, Like Son and Private Detective as well as The Road of the Dead a standalone novel In February 2008 he published the standalone book Black Rabbit Summer.As a child, Kevin Brooks enjoyed reading detective novels He writes most plots of the various books he has written around crime fiction He likes mystery and suspence and enjoys putting both of those components into each and every story he writes in some shape or form.