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  • By David Quaid
    Oct 15, 2009
    "The Green Room" A very interesting and unusual coming of age story about a teenage boy and his many friends in Australia. Once into this true story it is very hard to put the book down. It contains a balanced blend of humor and everyday teen life, with expected emphasis on the varied romantic experiences of the characters as they struggle through their mid-teen years. The lead character, Kyle, is one very unusual young man who has a special knack for making many lasting friendships during his high school years.
  • By Jason Dean
    Aug 27, 2009
    "Green Room" A fantastic coming of age story, full of honesty and feelings that gives the true meaning of friendship. Mr Kelly has the ability to put into words the emotions others often search for.
  • By Richie Larson
    Mar 28, 2009
    "Green Room UNIQUE" This is a very unique story that is pretty much unforgettable.... and an easy-to-read book that always made me look forward to the next chapter. As many of the reviews indicated.... it's a great and HEROIC story that just does not come along very often, and if stories like these exist... they are not told often enough. Pride, joy, tension, and tears... for many reasons... are some of the feelings that the story evokes. And for many of us who perhaps lived a "small part" of this story in our lives.... it's very important and memorable. Yes. GET THIS BOOK !
  • By jdaltro
    Sep 15, 2008
    "Green Room" This is a story that goes directly to our hearts, maybe because it provokes our brains with a lot of true. It’s incredible how the lead character, Kyle, touches so deep everyone he knew and now everyone that reads the book. Adolescence is always full of drama, humor, crazy ideas and overwhelming feelings, the author captured all of this very well.
  • By Gerald (zyx) Hay
    Aug 27, 2008
    "GREEN ROOM" Green Room is the heart-touching, soul searching novel about teen-agers who never asked to be born finding their OWN way in a world they never made. Laying bare the shame of shame, outing the hypocricies og our society, revealing the innocence of young people whp are guilty of only trying to be THEMSELVES and would rather love one another than kill each other. It is a novel that merits the acclaim of Salingers "Catcher In The Rye" of a generation ago. A must read for all teens whose biggest question in life is "Why?" and all parents willing to give them an honesy answer. Gerald Hay
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Product Details

Gary Kelly
September 12, 2011
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.41 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6.14 wide x 9.21 tall
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