By Robert Collins
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Published: Aug. 30, 2011
Words: 47,772 (approximate)
It’s fall, 1983. David Chalmers hangs with a group of science-fiction fans. Alison Hughes runs with the popular crowd. Events cause David and Alison to consider the meaning of friendship and how strong their bonds to their "friends" will be after high school.
It’s the fall of 1983. David Chalmers is a high school senior who hangs around with a group of fellow science-fiction fans, but feels few attachments to them. Alison Hughes runs with the popular crowd, but she’s as smart as she is pretty, and wonders if they’re becoming predictable.
Over the course of a few weeks events will cause David and Alison to think about what it means to be friends. Are friends just people you spend time with? What does it mean when you’re someone’s friend? Why should any of that be important?
, coming of age
, high school
, doctor who
, high school friendship
, science fiction fan
, popular crowd
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