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Love Me Do

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About the author:
The author hails from the Atlantic Ocean resort of Surf City, New Jersey. A sailor, surfer, architect and musician, he has designed and built sailboats and surfboards, composed and performed rock music, taught secondary-school English, edited the periodical The Absolutist and written novels including Love Me Do, Pamela; or Virtue Reclaimed, Deirdre, the Wanderer, Gothic Night and The Castle of the Seven Virgins.

Inspired by Christian moralism, 18th-century fiction and the gothic, his novels and verses feature modern, astute characters, exotic or fanciful settings and surreal social conditions.

The author has two daughters, with whom he produced the schoolgirls' comedy series The Jarmman Show for cable-access TV. He lives on a yacht sailing the US east coast.

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Love Me Do

Authored by Jonnie Comet

Have you ever dreamt about someone who didn't know you were alive?

Have you ever been tongue-tied just trying to say hello?

Have you ever sworn to God you'd do anything to win someone's heart, if you only could think of something to do?

She's bright and beautiful, and doesn't realise just why she's appreciated; he's talented and daring and doesn't realise he's being modest. There's more than just a little of them in all of us. Here are the hopes and wishes and fears you've never shared with anyone else, in a romantic drama set back in the mid-Seventies, when hair was long and shoes had high heels and there was still a chance The Beatles might get back together. Liberally embellished with gas-guzzling hot rods and classic rock-and-roll and slang expressions you haven't heard since before Disco, this is the love story you've never read, of daydreams and detentions, of infatuation and insubordination, of love and literature class, with a special twist to the finale so you can't wait to see what happens come graduation.

High school was exactly like this.

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This is the 2010 '20th-anniversary' edition containing a preface by the author in which he contrasts the book to The Great Gatsby and answers the two most common questions about the content of the novel.

Publication Date:
1456358642 / 9781456358648
Page Count:
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / General

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