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Golden Boys
Golden Boys | Phil Stamper
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National bestselling author Phil Stamper crafts the perfect summer friendship story, starring four queer boys with big hearts and even bigger dreams. It's the summer before senior year. Gabriel, Reese, Sal, and Heath are best friends, bonded in their small, rural town by their queerness, their good grades, and their big dreams. But they have plans for the summer, each about to embark on a new adventure. Gabriel is volunteering at an environmental nonprofit in Boston. Reese is attending design school in Paris. Sal is interning on Capitol Hill for a senator. Heath is heading to Florida, to help out at his aunt's boardwalk arcade. What will this season of world-expanding travel and life-changing experiences mean for each of them--and for their friendship? Phil Stamper treats readers to an emotionally resonant summer story, full of aspirational experiences, sweet romance, and joyously affirming friendship.
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kaarnalaiva
Golden Boys | Phil Stamper
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I spent my morning finishing this when everyone else slept and what a treat it was! The story and the characters sucked me in from the very start but I haven‘t had the time to finish it until now. I really liked the way this story was told even if I would have liked to see some scenes from a different point of view too. But overall I loved this and the boys!☀️

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GirlNamedJesse
Golden Boys | Phil Stamper
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I flew through this! All four boys were unique and lovable, but any time you have four main characters it‘s hard to spend sufficient time with any of them. I wanted more time with them all! and I wanted more interaction between them. It ended perfectly, so I‘m not sure where the author is taking the story in the second half of the duology, but I‘m excited to read it and see! 🕶

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