Endless Love

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Open Road Media, Nov 23, 2010 - Fiction - 418 pages
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The impassioned love of two teenagers leaves a path of destruction in its perilous wake

Seventeen-year-old David Axelrod is consumed with his love for Jade Butterfield. So when Jade’s father exiles him from their home, David does the only thing he thinks is rational: He burns down their house. Sentenced to a psychiatric institution, David’s obsession metastasizes, and upon his release, he sets out to win the Butterfields back by any means necessary. Brilliantly written and intensely sexual, Endless Love is the deeply moving story of a first love so powerful that it becomes dangerous—not only for the young lovers, but for their families as well. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Scott Spencer, including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
 

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User Review  - RidgewayGirl - LibraryThing

I sat at my window now in a state of terror and the terror would not recede. I stared down at Ellis Avenue until it was blurry. I simply could not imagine setting foot on the street below. Two ... Read full review

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User Review  - Meghan - Goodreads

I expected better after the first 20 pages, which were great. The prose dragged on thereafter, and I couldn't stop thinking that it a better editor could make all the difference, particularly with Jade's mother's letters and the endless sex scene, which read like teenage fantasy. Read full review

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Scott Spencer (b. 1945) is the critically acclaimed, bestselling author of ten novels, including Endless Love and A Ship Made of Paper, both of which have been nominated for the National Book Award. Two of his books, Endless Love and Waking the Dead, have been adapted into films. He has taught at Columbia University, the University of Iowa, and Williams College and is a regular contributor to Rolling Stone. Spencer lives in upstate New York.


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