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Buddy Boyle lives year round with his family in unfashionable Seaville New York in a cramped little house on the bay Skye Pennington spends the summers nearby on lavish estate complete with ocean view and a butler named Pea 4 stars for thematic elements 3 for the execution thereofCan a person be redeemed of past actions by present good deeds Are

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Cock But Skye and Buddy fall in love anyway And every once in a while they visit Buddy's estranged grandfather who makes them forget they're from opposite sides of town Then a reporter appears searching for a man known as G This novel begins like a typical teenage love story Buddy William Raymond Boyle is a 16 year old boy from a lower middl

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Entlehands a man with a horrifying past Who is Gentlehands And what is his connection to Buddy's handsome aristocratic grandfather The mystery threatens to shatter Buddy and Skye's relationship and change their lives foreve Classic poor boyrich girl love story not a romance meets coming of age tale with an undercurrent of history In 1970s Long Isl

  • Paperback
  • 208
  • Gentlehands
  • M.E. Kerr
  • English
  • 18 December 2017
  • 9780064470674

About the Author: M.E. Kerr

Marijane Meaker in Auburn New York Her interest in writing began with her father who loved to read and her mother who loved to tell stories of neighborhood gossip Unable to find an agent to represent her work Meaker became her own agent and wrote articles and books under a series of pseudonyms



10 thoughts on “Gentlehands

  1. says:

    Gentlehands would have been so much better if it was actually about Gentlehands and not about Buddy Buddy was boring Skye got on my nerves Everything annoyed me And they had this whole HOLY SHIT thing going and then just basically ruined The ending unfolded in like five minutes It pisses me offffff I want the

  2. says:

    I first read this in 8th grade English class probably around April or May of 1992 About 3 or 4 years ago I remembered it and scoped it out online Being poor it went on my to get list on and stayed there until last week when I needed to get one thing to ualify for super saver shipping for some other item and Gentlehands finally made it to the shopping cart and got checked out When it got here I opened it just

  3. says:

    4 stars for thematic elements 3 for the execution thereofCan a person be redeemed of past actions by present good deeds Are there some events or

  4. says:

    This novel begins like a typical teenage love story “Buddy” William Raymond Boyle is a 16 year old boy from

  5. says:

    This book started out as a poor town boy meets rich summer girl story There was a bit of class tension but nothing really serious Then it took a turn Someone accuses Buddy's grandfather who he only recently met of having been a guard at Ausch

  6. says:

    Oh boy The thing I find truly useful about this book is its exploration of the heavy themes of the Holocaust without being a Holocaust book Written at a time 1978 when one's grandfather could have been a Nazi strongman in a concentration camp the story doesn't center on the terrible things Buddy's grandfather might have done instead the focus is on Buddy trying to find his way as a blue collared townie in love with a super rich girl outsi

  7. says:

    Classic poor boyrich girl love story not a romance meets coming of age tale with an undercurrent of history In 19

  8. says:

    I really enjoyed this book There's so much happening that it's hard to classify the story On the outside it looks like a teen romance novel that explores class differences It also talks about drug and alcohol use Antisemitism and family communication issues A mom who won't forgive her father for not being a part of her life and chooses to ignore him now Bringing us to the eccentric grandfather who turns out to be a Nazi war criminal known a

  9. says:

    I read this book as a child and it always stuck with me Thanks to google I was able to find out what the book was I remembered reading about a boy who’s grandfather was accused of being an SS officer Reading this book now as an adult it is filled with so many lessons and is much bigger than a boy getting to know his grandfather without really knowing him at all The main part of this story is the fact that B

  10. says:

    I know my colleagues are sick of this one but the kids still LOVE it It does seem dated but unfortunately there is always something in the news to which we can relate it And I'm a fan of anything that gets kids to read Kerr does that

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