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Phineas (Finny) and Gene are roommates and best friends.
The plot was good, laid-out very well, but I felt like things were going a little bit too slow for me, there wasn't much action to it besides maybe 3 scenes.
John Knowles' A Separate Peace was a great book because it was easy for the reader to identify with the two main characters in the book.
Could not get past one fourth of the way. Indulgent and elitist.Published 9 days ago by Karen P Higgins
Pretty good book though a little depressing at the end... I really did enjoy it though. had to read for school and glad i didPublished 12 days ago by WENDY
To start with, this book was a page turner for me.
Then it bothered me that the story never developed any relationship to other teenage girls or guidance from their families,... Read more
Gene and Phineas are roommates, friends, and rivals. Students at an all-male boarding school during WWII, adulthood and the likelihood of being drafted looms on the horizon, but... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Joel Kramer
The book begins with an adult Gene returning to visit the school that he attended as a teenager during the middle years of the Second World War. Read morePublished 17 days ago by FictionFan
I have meant to read this book for decades.
I liked it, found it a little slow, felt character
development was good. Read more