A Boy Aware

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New Millennium Entertainment, May 1, 2002 - Poetry - 160 pages
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I'm inspired by women. Not by physical beauty, but really what I see in their eyes. I see their souls. These are the words of Geoffrey Dilenschneider, a young author whose wisdom shines through in his second book. Having proven his awareness and sensitivity in A Boy Aware, Geoffrey has reached a new level and is ready to share his thoughts once again. Between Two Junes is a Forest is a journal that spans the course of a year--from June to June--offering an outpouring of topics important to everyone, especially today's youth. This feast of poetry, short stories, expose, and essays describes a journey of contemplation, self-doubt, and self-discovery. The ironic, unusual and the unexpected are the hallmarks of Geoffrey and his generation. Leaving no stone unturned, no vision incomplete, Between Two Junes is a Forest is about love, loss, growth, pain, and tolerance. As the young voice of today, Geoffrey easily disproves the old stereotype of teenagers as superficial and naive. He exudes maturity as he communicates his own political views with more eloquence than most adults, but at the same time this teenager at heart is a loyal devotee to girls, sports, and music. Between Two Junes is a Forest is a work of great depth written by a teenager of unending complexity.

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About the author (2002)

Geoffrey Dilenschneider is sixteen, and in addition to being a successfully published author he attends high school, loves creative writing class, works on the literary magazine, and enjoys his favorite sport, ice hockey. He lives in Darien, CT.

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