Loser. Outcast. Freak. At seventeen, the names no longer hurt Vince Sanford. He's different from other students at his school and always has been - the pep rallies, school dances, name-brand clothes and football games and fifth quarter parties, none of that interested him. Not anymore. There was a time when he did fit in, when his best friend had been Eric Somers, the most popular boy in school. They lived around the block from each other and were inseparable. It was never a question of was Eric eating over or was Vince staying the night - they were one soul in two bodies, sharing two homes, two lives. But something happened between them the summer before high school that tore their friendship apart, leaving Vince with an anger, a hatred, that he can't control. Now Eric wants back in his life again but Vince is afraid to give him a second chance. NOTE: This is the same story as the larger trade paperback size but is reprinted in a smaller, pocket book size.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - elisa.rolle - LibraryThing
Another story with teen characters by J.M. Snyder. Vince and Eric were best friends. But when a guy begins to become a man, at 14 years old, then Vince discovers that his feelings for Eric are not of ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - hrstokes - LibraryThing
To my mind, the best way to describe Vince, a novella by J.M. Snyder, is to say that it is very reminiscent of bittersweet chocolate. The character's were interesting and real, the storyline was ... Read full review