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Until Your Heart Stops

by T. M. McNally

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"Stunning . . . Unforgettable . . ." Los Angeles Times The unexpected suicide of seventeen-year-old Walker Miller sends shock waves through the small community at Gold Dust High in Phoenix. There's Joe Jazinski, Walker's best friend, suddenly faced with an anger he can't express; Edith McCaw, his nearly blind girlfriend, struggling with an emerging sexuality as frightening as it is powerful; Jenna Williams, the swim coach, wrapped in guilt and blame; and Roy Morrison, the driver's ed teacher, a recovering alcoholic who comes to realize that he may be incapable of love. Follow the lives of these four people, present and past, as each searches for meaning and reason in unexplained tragedy . . .… (more)
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"Stunning . . . Unforgettable . . ." Los Angeles Times The unexpected suicide of seventeen-year-old Walker Miller sends shock waves through the small community at Gold Dust High in Phoenix. There's Joe Jazinski, Walker's best friend, suddenly faced with an anger he can't express; Edith McCaw, his nearly blind girlfriend, struggling with an emerging sexuality as frightening as it is powerful; Jenna Williams, the swim coach, wrapped in guilt and blame; and Roy Morrison, the driver's ed teacher, a recovering alcoholic who comes to realize that he may be incapable of love. Follow the lives of these four people, present and past, as each searches for meaning and reason in unexplained tragedy . . .

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