Summary and Book Reviews
Paperboy: Summary and book reviews of Paperboy by Vince Vawter
Although Paperboy is appropriate for readers age ten and up, I think this novel will appeal to many adult readers looking for a reminder of the moment when one begins to see the world through a wider lens. (Reviewed by Sarah Tomp).
Full Review (1222 words).
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