I Can't Tell You
After he opens his big mouth in a big fight with his best friend, Jake concludes that talking = trouble. He decides that communicating through writing is safer. Through notes scribbled on napkins and in notebooks, on upside-down calculators, and on walls with pudding-covered fingers, Jake explores new ways to express himself. But there are also the notes he never sends. To his flirty friend. Who is just a friend. But could be more than a friend. But isn"t--or is she? Hillary Frank"s inventive style envelops her readers in a new dimension of storytelling. Jake + Xandra = a story about what it means to be "just friends." All without saying a word.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Lindsayg - LibraryThing
This one was pretty good. The narrator, Jake, has a blow out fight with his best friend (and college roommate) during which he says something so terrible he can't take it back. Jake decides that ... Read full review
Review: I Can't Tell YouUser Review - Tanairis - Goodreads
Even though this book was a boyish kind of book i loved it. How ever it was about a boy woh had lots of fun in his life. Read full review