Even great ones have humble beginnings.
There are moments Sarah Swingle will never forget. Landing the lead in the fifth-grade play. Her first kiss. The day her daddy left and never came back.
School is a constant struggle for Adam Archer. He spends half his time hiding how little he understands and the other half hiding from the bullies.
Sarah and Adam need each other. And when they’re both drawn to a horrible tragedy that stirs the sadness of the nation, they will find each other. Their friendship will change both of their lives.
As they grow up, they dream of leaving one day and running away together to live in their own private world of dreams.
Neither has any idea what it will cost them.
Joe continues the saga begun in Weston – the second chapter of Gregory Attaway’s The Great Ones. It’s a story about the loss of innocence. A story of true friendship. Of dreams.
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"Gregory Attaway is such an adept storyteller that you really feel the full impact of each plot twist as you read." -Amazon Reviewer ELP
"Gregory Attaway has captured the essence of what makes the coming-of-age genre so appealing to me." -Amazon Reviewer Lucidity