For Fisher Brown, bearing the responsibility for the well-being and happiness of the people around him is a heavy burden. Under the strict supervision of his high school counselor father, he is jockeying for position at the top of his high school class. Its a challenging role, and one he has doubts about. So when Fisher meets Lonnie Traynor, whose rootless, carefree existence is so markedly different from his own, he is drawn to his take-life-as-it-comes attitude. Lonnie easily cons him into accompanying him on a weekend ...

The Real Question 2009, Peachtree Publishers

ISBN-13: 9781561455010

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The Real Question 2006, Peachtree Publishers

ISBN-13: 9781561453832