Personal Effects by E.M. Kokie
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Personal Effects Summary
Ever since his brother, T.J., was killed in Iraq, Matt feels like hes been sleepwalking through life - failing classes, getting into fights, and avoiding his dad's lectures about following in his brothers footsteps. T.J.'s gone, but Matt can't shake the feeling that if only he could get his hands on his brother's stuff from Iraq, he'd be able to make sense of his death.
Personal Effects Reviews
"The dialogue is authentic to the characters and the plot moves the story forward at a pace that allows reflection, but keeps the reader interested. This title is highly recommended for teen readers." - VOYA
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E. M. Kokie is an attorney, but has long had a strong interest in literature for teens. Personal Effects is her first novel. She lives in Madison, Wisconsin.
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