Saints of Augustine by P.E. Ryan
Paperback: 308 pages
Publisher: HarperTeen; Reprint edition (August 26, 2008)
Amazon: Saints of Augustine
Sam Findley and Charlie Perrin. Best friends. At least they used to be. But a year ago Sam cut Charlie out of his life—no explanation, no discussion, nothing.
Fast-forward one year, and both Sam's and Charlie's lives are spiraling out of control. Sam has a secret he's finding harder and harder to hide, and Charlie is dealing with an increasingly absent dad and a dealer whose threats are anything but empty.
As told in alternating chapters from Sam and Charlie during the sticky Florida summer before their senior year, the ex-best friends are thrown together once again when they have no one else to turn to.
P. E. Ryan's Saints of Augustine is a witty, enthralling, and unforgettable novel about the power of friendship.
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