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This rating, review, and all included thoughts and comments are my own. A letter. Saying goodbye. When he wakes up on his birthday he is sick with fear and anger and loss. Desperate and near crazed with the horror of it all, Bear reaches out to the one person he trusts more than anyone, the one who means more to him than anyone, even more than his best friend Creed and his girlfriend Anna, though he never, ever examines those feelings. And he loses everything that matters

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Over here at Insight Out! If I had read beforehand what this book is about, I may not have been so utterly shocked by what I found. How wrong can one man be? Well for me, wrongness led to what can only be described as so impossibly right that it pretty much destroyed me. Instead, it was a masterpiece penned by an author who with a flourish of his artful hand, slid his way into my heart, making himself proudly known as one of my new favourite genre authors.

To start with, Derrick Bear was an infuriatingly well written, confused, gay-for-you protagonist that had me weeping at his situation. He was pretty much lost, perpetually lost, but never alone. In fact, it has become a rare occasion that I find a work of art like this at all.

I have never been more glad that this was not a short story. This story was not short, but instead incredibly long. It was perfect! That being said, it made me cry a lot which I love and thus I had to read it in two sittings because I dehydrated after a while and needed water and respite from the emotional rollercoaster Klune brilliantly hand-crafted.

Then there was the Kid. The Kid was nine. He was smarter than all the other characters combined. He was the voice of reason in a story of young adults screwing things up between each other any way they could. The Kid was the hero. But Bear made the story.

See, the Kid was perfect. But Bear? Bear was flawed, and that my friends made him one of us. But you get what I mean. Look out for this author and his works on Dreamspinner Press, where you can find several of his novels available to purchase by following the link below. Time has not weathered this tale, nor do I anticipate it ever doing so.

Tj Klune is not on twitter! Tj Klune cannot be missed. If this were a kids cartoon, my character would be a kindly wise-cracking owl with a monacle. Share this:.

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I saw the movie a couple of years ago and this book has the same characters, same story development, same guy-gives-up-scholarship-to-take-care-of-small-child plot. I watched the movie again after reading this book and there is no mistake that complete scenes, situations, etc. The scene where the best friend arrives at his house to find the older brother there is nearly the same. The same tension and awareness between the older brother and the hero are there in the book as was in the movie.

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Over here at Insight Out! If I had read beforehand what this book is about, I may not have been so utterly shocked by what I found. How wrong can one man be? Well for me, wrongness led to what can only be described as so impossibly right that it pretty much destroyed me. Instead, it was a masterpiece penned by an author who with a flourish of his artful hand, slid his way into my heart, making himself proudly known as one of my new favourite genre authors. To start with, Derrick Bear was an infuriatingly well written, confused, gay-for-you protagonist that had me weeping at his situation.

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