Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys

  • Title: Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys
  • Author: Chris Fuhrman
  • ISBN: 9781121628953
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys Heartbreaking yet hilarious marrying the earnest to the ridiculous Fuhrman captures the sublime intensity of adolescencen be compared to may of the classic coming of age novels The Dangerous Lives of
    Heartbreaking yet hilarious marrying the earnest to the ridiculous, Fuhrman captures the sublime intensity of adolescencen be compared to may of the classic coming of age novels The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys should have been the first in a long line of books The prose of the tough guy teenager has humor and heart, the Hijinx are infused with enthusiasm, ChriHeartbreaking yet hilarious marrying the earnest to the ridiculous, Fuhrman captures the sublime intensity of adolescencen be compared to may of the classic coming of age novels The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys should have been the first in a long line of books The prose of the tough guy teenager has humor and heart, the Hijinx are infused with enthusiasm, Chris Fuhrman had just started to become a real writer he should have lived much much longer The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys is one of those rare books that captures the high spirits, comic inventiveness, free floating aggression, and sexual obsessions of early adolescence without a trace of condescension or sentimentality Fuhrman s novel is wonderfully authentic, funny, and touching and beautifully written.

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    About Chris Fuhrman


    1. Chris Fuhrman was an American novelist.Fuhrman died of cancer in 1991 while working on the final revision of his only novel, The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, which was published posthumously in 1994.


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