It's bad enough that thirteen-year-old Guy Strang's parents are getting divorced and his middle-aged mother is suddenly acting like a rebellious teenager. But to top that off Autumn Hockney asks him out to the movies. A year ago he would have known just what to say--"No!"--but for reasons that even he doesn't understand, he says "Maybe."
That's when Guy's troubles begin. Everybody's mad at him. Autumn's larger-than-life best friend, Lana Zuckerman, will stop at nothing in her campaign to squeeze a definite "Yes" out of Guy, while Guy's best friend, Buzz, threatens to desert him forever if he goes soft.
Guy can't afford to lose Buzz now, not when their brilliant plan to reunite his parent isn't going exactly as planned.
In this sequel to her hilarious Regular Guy Sarah Weeks explored the very essence of early adolescence with sensitivity and her trademark sense of humor.
Books for the Teen Age 2001 (NYPL)
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Sarah Weeks is the singer, songwriter, and author of the best-selling picture books with tapes Crocodile Smile and Follow the Moon. Guy Wire is the fourth novel in the highly successful middle-grade series that includes Regular Guy, Guy Time, and My Guy, which is in development to be a feature film. Sarah Weeks lives in New York City with her two sons.
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