The Lighter Side of Life and Death

The Lighter Side of Life and Death

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After the last, triumphant night of the school play, fifteen-year-old Mason loses his virginity to his good friend and secret crush, Kat Medina, which leads to enormous complications at school just as his home life is thrown into turmoil by his father's marriage to a woman with two children.
Publisher: New York : Random House Children's Books, c2010
ISBN: 9780375845895
9780375955884
9780375845888
9780375845901
Branch Call Number: MARTIN
Characteristics: 231 p. ; 22 cm

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tiffanyhna
Mar 13, 2012

tiffanyhna thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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E_Kazan
Sep 04, 2010

E_Kazan thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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tiffanyhna
Mar 13, 2012

Coarse Language: Swearing

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Mar 13, 2012

Sexual Content: Sexual scenes

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E_Kazan
Sep 04, 2010

Not bad. I guess it's pretty good but it got kind of boring halfway through it. I'm just saying there are better books then this.

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E_Kazan
Sep 04, 2010

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Sixteen year old Mason Rice is having the night of his life. He's just delivered an incredible performance in the school play, basked in celebratory afterglow vibes at the party of the year, and lost his virginity to one of his best friends-- the gorgeous but previously unobtainable Kat Medina. His dreams are coming true, the future looks golden.
Unfortunately, Kat sees things very differently. Crossing the friendship line was a big mistake, and all she wants is to forget it and move on, even if that means forgetting mason altogether. What's a guy to do? Well, if your mason, you hang all your hopes on the first attractive 23 year old you cross paths with. At first Mason wonders if he's imagining the chemistry...until Colette invites him over to her apartment. Suddenly Mason's living a whole new world.

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E_Kazan
Sep 04, 2010

"I wish we brought some pizza with us," Kat mumbles near my ear.
"You don't need to be any heavier," I say irritably. Generally, this isn't a good thing to say to anyone. If I'm lucky she won't remeber.
"I'm not that heavy," she protests, releasing her grip on me and jumping down. "Your muscles are underdeveloped." She starts shuffling along next to me and we manage to make it all the way to my house in twice the amount of time it would normally take.

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