Close Enough to Touch Overview

Richard Peck
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Close Enough to Touch presents a brief journey from loss to recovery and renewal narrated by Matt Moran, a seventeen-year-old high school junior in the Chicago suburbs, whose girlfriend, Dory Gunderson, has died suddenly and unexpectedly of an aneurysm. In Matt's present-tense narrative of events covering several weeks in the spring of his junior year, Peck reveals a young adult confronting not only the difficulties of loss and grief but also questions and problems...

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