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Ghost Medicine The Summer Before Troy Stotts Turns Seventeen, His Mother Dies Troy And His Father Barely Speak, Communicating Instead By Writing Notes On A Legal Pad By The Phone Troy Spends Most Of His Time With His Closest Friends Tom Buller, Brash And Fearless, The Son Of A Drunk Gabe Benavidez, Smart Enough To Know He Ll Never Take Over The Family Ranch And Gabe S Sister, Luz, Whose Family Overprotects Her, And Who Troy Has Loved Since They Were Children Troy And His Friends Don T Want Trouble They Want This To Be The Summer Of What Troy Calls Ghost Medicine, When Time Seems To Stop, So They Won T Have To Face The Past Or The Future But Before The Summer Is Over, Their Paths Will Cross In Dangerous And Fateful Ways With People Who Will Change Their Lives Rose, A Damaged Derelict Who Lives With A Flock Of Wild Horses And Goats And Chase Rutledge, The Arrogant Sheriff S Son Troy And His Friends Want To Disappear Instead, They Will Become What They Least Expect Brothers, Lovers, Heroes, And Ghosts

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  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • Ghost Medicine
  • Andrew Smith
  • English
  • 02 June 2017
  • 0312375573

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10 thoughts on “Ghost Medicine

  1. says:

    For 30 years, I ve called GHOST MEDICINE author Andrew Smith my friend We wrote for our high school newspaper together, and we were the best kind of best friends We lost contact for a time, but once the friendship was renewed, I asked him, Where is the novel What novel he said GHOST MEDICINE was the eventual answer to my continued prodding It is a tender and serious work of fiction, as I d secretly supposed To begin to understand the story of 16 year old Troy Stotts before you ve read For 30...

  2. says:

    I had a hard time getting into this book in the beginning it was very difficult to tell what was happening and when The past and present seemed to be represented at the same time It is also one of those books that is a tragedy and the author lets you know right away what is going to happen I usually don t like books like that But I decided to give it a chance anyway because he is a local author I was horribly disappointed Here is another book that has only one female character who causes I had a hard time getting into this book in the beginning it was very difficult to tell what was happening and when The past and present seemed to be represented at the same time It is also one of those books that is a tragedy and the author lets you know right away what is going to happen I usually don t like books like that But I decided to give it a chance anyway because he is a local author I was horribly disappointed Here is another book that has only one female character who causes the sad and useless tragedy to happen in the first place It is not the stupidity of the boys, their selfishness, drinking, or stoic silence that causes the problem, oh no Of course it is the woman and her body that cause all the sadness and death And worse it is not because of an...

  3. says:

    the angel is sleeping in the woods It s about time I write a review for this magnificent novel Ghost Medicine is one of those books that you finish, are left speechless, and then have to put the book away quietly and just sit there in silence, reflecting deeply on how impacting the story is It s one of those books that I find so impacting, that I forget to write a review on it for the longest time, a book that when I glance at it, my heart grows heavy, the memories of the book come rushing bthe angel is sleeping in the woods It s about time I write a review for this magnificent novel Ghost Medicine is one of those books that you finish, are left speechless, and then have to put the book away quietly and just sit there in silence, reflecting deeply on how impacting the story is It s one of those books that I find so impacting, that I forget to write a review on it for the longest time, a book that when I glance at it, my heart grows heavy, the memories of the book come rushing back So finally, I found the book again on the library shelves one day, and had a strong urge to reread the novel again, to devour every word, to truly almost live in the lives of Troy Stotts, Tom Buller, and Gabriel Benavidez And I m glad I did.This story gets better and better and better every time I read it I never knew that one could feel such ache for a single story I can carry it around for months and it will still give me the same feelings that I felt ...

  4. says:

    I ve read three of Andrew Smith s books now I think this might be my favorite It s quieter than The Marbury Lens, and less action oriented than In The Path Of Falling Objects It s just a quiet story about three boys who go up a mountain and never return Saying anythan that would be a disservice.

  5. says:

    Livr o da p rra Eu sou suspeito pra falar, porque adoro o Andrew Smith e leria qualquer coisa que ele escrevesse Mas esse livro maravilhoso demais N o d pra falar muito sobre a hist ria sem dar spoiler, ent o digo apenas que o livro fala sobre amadurecimento, sobre crescer e se tornar adulto Eu tenho uma paix o enorme pela narrativa do Andrew porque ele tem a capacidade de colocar sen...

  6. says:

    This is a very quiet, very well written book that gets off to a slow start Troy s mother has died, and he and his father have trouble connecting He loves horses, and begins working for a wealthy rancher, whose daughter he happens to be in love with But he, his friends, and his girlfriend are all threatened by the sheriff s violent, bullying son.With its rural setting and slowly building pace, this book may be a tough sell to city kids But I think certain thoughtful teen guys and girls , and This is a very quiet, very well written book that gets ...

  7. says:

    FROM MY BLOG Troy, Gabe, and Tom are three teenaged friends, living in ranch country, somewhere in California, probably Some place where open pastures have been carved out of redwood forests.Tom, the joker, the trickster, the coyote Gabe, the shy, sensitive boy, the kind one, the saintly one And Troy, the silent narrator, the brooding philosopher.Troy s dad and Gabe s dad had been best friends as kids As adults, they still called themselves close friends, but, as Troy tells us, they ar FROM MY BLOG Troy, Gabe, and Tom are three teenaged friends, living in ranch country, somewhere in California, probably Some place where open pastures have been carved out of redwood forests.Tom, the joker, the trickster, the coyote Gabe, the shy, sensitive boy, the kind one, the saintly one And Troy, the silent narrator, the brooding philosopher.Troy s dad and Gabe s dad had been best friends as kids As adults, they still called themselves close friends, but, as Troy tells us, they are polite w...

  8. says:

    Andrew Smith sure can write I was a bit put off by how the book started just stylistically but the story was great It s a coming of age novel about three boys Read it You won t regret it.

  9. says:

    Troy Stotts loves to ride his horse up into the mountains to get away from his worries.but trouble still finds him We first meet Troy right after the death of his mother and quickly learn that for Stotts, nothing can heal like a nice long ride and a couple of days camping out by the river We also learn about his three best friends Tom who shows no fear and is always up for a reason to be away from his drunken father Gabe who is shy and timid and Luz who is tough and beautiful and the exa Troy Stotts loves to ride his horse up into the mountains to get away from his worries.but trouble still finds him We first meet Troy right after the death of his mother and quickly learn that for Stotts, nothing can heal like a nice long ride and a couple of days camping out by the river We also learn about his ...

  10. says:

    My biggest issue with this book is that the author tells you at the beginning that three boys die on the mountain I spent the whole book waiting to see which of the three friends wasn t going to make it because I was pretty sure that two of them were going to survive.Other than that, I didn t really connect with the characters until about halfway through and even then it was tenuous It was probably the narrator He...

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