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"Jonah Black broke my heart"
-- Cecily Lachoy
"Dude's got integrity, and he dives like a king. He's my idol."-- Woodrow "Wailer" Contrad
"Jonah Black cracked his skull open over a girl. You gotta admire a kid who does a thing like that."-- Herman "Pops" Berman
"I love Jonah Black, and he has no clue who I am."-- Northgirl
Volume II reveals why Johan was expelled from boarding school -- but not why he did what he did, or just what that girl meant to him.
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Jonah Black, of course, grew up in Pompano Beach, Florida. He attended boarding school in Pennsylvania until recently when, under shrouded circumstances, he left and has since been picking up the pieces of his shattered life. And checking out all the Florida chicks.From School Library Journal:
Grade 9 & Up--Another volume of Jonah Black's journalistic wanderings. The teen's latest adventures begin with a crack on his head during a diving tournament, allowing him to delve further into his sometimes-hallucinogenic fantasies. He is still in love with Posie Hoff, he still longs for the elusive Sophie, and he is doing his best to figure out if his cyber-love is really the gorgeous Scandinavian girl she claims to be. Yes, like many 17-year-olds, Jonah's life and thoughts revolve around his dating aspiration. While all this is going on, he must also deal with the fact that his mother is breezing in and out of his life, just when he seems to need her the most. Readers finally discover the reason he was expelled from boarding school, and perhaps in the third, and final, book, they may find out exactly why Jonah did what he did. "The Black Book" diaries will speak to many teenagers, particularly reluctant readers. Jonah is today's Everyteen-pining away for his lost love, hanging up when he finally hears her voice, and struggling to deal with his own identity. His sexual musings and fantasies, while at times rather brash, seem incredibly real, and his longing for a complete family unit will mirror a desire that many adolescents harbor. Jonah's voice combines black comedy and realistic poignancy in a readable, appealing book for young adults.
Lynn Evarts, Sauk Prairie High School, Prairie du Sac, WI
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Book Description HarperTeen, 2001. Mass Market Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0064407993
Book Description HarperTeen, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0064407993
Book Description HarperTeen. MASS MARKET PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0064407993 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0955630