The Amazing and Death Defying Diary of Eugene Dingman
On his fifteenth birthday, precocious Eugene Dingman begins the amazing and death-defying diary of his summer spent as a waiter at a ritzy Adirondack resort. "Zindel masterfully captures the mixture of bravado, ingenuousness and aching self-doubt that are endemic to adolescence."--Publishers Weekly. An American Bookseller Pick of the Lists, New York Public Library--Books for the Teen Age.
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Basically, the book was as the title stated, the diary of Eugene Dingman. Eugene was pretty cool, rather precocious, but he liked good books so I can forgive him that. Also, he was very unrealistic about love, go figure. Average book, nothing too bad, nothing too wonderful. Read full review