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Graham Samson is one of the greatest looking guys in his class and though he's no big brain, he's still able to get not only what he needs, but what he wants. To Graham, high school means hanging out with the crowd that sticks close to Bob Chan. Bob Chan is richer than Graham, smarter, crazier, and more popular. It's Bob Chan who is the life of the party, who sets the styles and who always has the car to cruise around in. And it's Bob Chan who suggests that the cop buy some crystal meth at "Possum Court" which ...
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I Can Stop Anytime

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Overview

Graham Samson is one of the greatest looking guys in his class and though he's no big brain, he's still able to get not only what he needs, but what he wants. To Graham, high school means hanging out with the crowd that sticks close to Bob Chan. Bob Chan is richer than Graham, smarter, crazier, and more popular. It's Bob Chan who is the life of the party, who sets the styles and who always has the car to cruise around in. And it's Bob Chan who suggests that the cop buy some crystal meth at "Possum Court" which gets them both busted. But bad! With the camera crew from "Cops" recording it all. Chan's wealthy parents hire a powerful attorney who manages to get the charges dropped. Bob is sent off to a posh private prep school while Graham is left behind to face his angry single mom, his stay-away dad, the hot girlfriend who dropped him, and two-to-five years probation. With Bob gone, Graham's life becomes a sinkhole of resentment. The strict regiment of probation meddle more and more into his life. Graham discovers the great escape of alcohol but as he drinks to escape his problems, he discovers the more they multiply.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014664134
  • Publisher: Club Lighthouse Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/27/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 323 KB

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