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    Great Read

    This book made me laugh, cry and angry! I love every moment of it!
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    Bear, Otter, and the Kid

    A very hard book to put down. Bear (Derrick) McKenna finds himself as both brother and father to his six year old brother Tyson, just as he turns 18 when his mother abandons them for her new boyfriend. He struggles for the next three years to raise his brother with a little help from his best friends Creed and Anna, that is until Otter (Oscar) shows up and ignites something in Bear that he had not been truly aware of. Bear begins to accept who he is and that maybe there can be some happiness in life for him too. Needless to say this is one great read.
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    Great

    Really loved this b00k. Bear was so confused about his sexuality,but he knew that only one person kept him grounded. The "kid" was a tresure. The only let down was the appearance of the mother. There should have some explaination for her sudden appearance, iwanted to think some how Johan Knew about that. Other than that really well written and engaging.
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    Shelter?

    It reminded me of the movie shelter... Not a bad thing, that's a great movie, and this is a funny book... Moved a little slow through the middle but I enjoyed getting to know the characters.
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    Lengthy but cute

    The book had its lengths which, admittedly, I sometimes skipped, but overall it was an enjoyable read. I do wonder though what came first: this book or the movie "Shelter"?
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