“I still remember when you said goodbye.”
Sarah and Adam have finished high school and are headed for the next chapter of their lives: college. After that, they plan to go to Hollywood together and test their fates - she as an actress and he as a writer.
But when one of their closest friends dies in a plane crash, everything changes. Her death ripples through their world, and when they arrive on campus, college isn’t what they thought it would be.
Their dreams, their friendship, their future – none of it may last.
Freshmankind continues the saga begun in Weston and Joe – the third chapter of Gregory Attaway’s The Great Ones. It’s a story that explores what is left once innocence is shattered. How far the strongest of friendships can go before it breaks. It’s a story of grief, guilt, and hope.
Here's what people are saying:
"Attaway does a commendable job of portraying the timeless, sometimes too-big sentimentality and egocentricity of teenagers. The characters are vibrant and developed as they each grapple with what they should do, both as kids with connections and adults with unknown futures." -Goodreads Reviewer Krystal