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Don’t be in a hurry to read this book. Take your time, brew a cup of good coffee, put your feet up – preferably on the deck of your beach cottage- and sit back to enjoy. Laid back and as easy going as the NC beach life they reflect, Davis’ characters will lull you into a pleasant world of local humor and close-knit community. A good summer read. Details take me back to days of sand in my flip flops, and greasy burgers that tasted like nothing better after a hot day in the NC surf. True to the coastal way of keeping the majority of local shops local, TBofBB, lets the reader in on the private lives of this story’s shop owners and families, and as Jacques puts it, “the unofficial club.”
Reviewer: G Mitchell Baker, author of 'Soccer Tommies Baseball Mommies' (2014); 'Lethal Believers: DVM' (2012); 'The Involvement of Emerson' (2012); and 'Lethal Believers: The Innocents' (2011) has provided an honest review of 'The Boy from Buzby' after purchasing a copy.
This book will definitely be enjoyed by young adults and those of us who have reached 'a certain age' and everyone in between. Well done Mr. Davis. I look forward to the sequel. There is a sequel isn't there?
Jacques is the boy from Buzby Beach. His mom owns the only coffee shop on the island and Jacques helps her. Summer, sand and sun fill his off time recreation – and friends, including girls.
“Summer Loving, had me a thrill. Summer Loving, happened so fast. I met a girl, crazy for me. I met a boy, cute as can be.”
The Grease song played over and over in my mind as I read this book. I probably don’t have the words correct but you get the point. This was a fun, summertime read. The characters were memorable and ones I’d love to have as my next door neighbors. Davis did a wonderful job of putting me in the summertime of my teen years, or the one I would have loved to live. It was an enjoyable read.
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It's tough being a teenager, I remember. DW Davis shows us the pain associated with young love from a boy's perspective, very unusual now-a-days as most books concentrate on the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Greta Burroughs
Well written and a joy to read even though it is about young people and I am only young in my mind. I enjoyed the fact that it was based in an area near where I live. Read morePublished 15 months ago by D. Brown
Settle into a beach chair (actual beach not needed, although a fan blowing gently nearby might enhance the mood), grab a cold drink - or a cup of coffee - though not,... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Patricia Griffin Sherman
If you are looking for a book to read while relaxing on the beach, this is a good choice. If you are looking for a YA novel for your romance-hungry teenager to read without any... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Stephanie A. Davis
I actually had the opportunity to read this book before it was released and thoroughly enjoyed it. DW Davis has a very youthful style and has a way of making you feel like you are... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jerry W Braswell
Boy from Buzby Beach is a wonderfully told story of young life and love in a small oceanfront North Carolina town. Told from the male perspective this is the perfect summer read. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Alexander