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Growing up across the street from each other, Scott and Cath have been best friends for most of their lives. Now they've graduated high school and Cath is off to college while Scott stays at home trying to get his band off the ground. Neither of them realized that their first year after high school would be so hard.

Fortunately, Scott and Cath still have each other, and it's through their letters to each other that they survive heartache, annoying roommates, family dramas and the pressure to figure out what to do with the rest of their lives. And through it all, they realize that the only person they've ever wanted to turn to is each other. But does that mean they should think about being more than friends? One thing is clear: change is an inescapable part of growing up, and we share an unbreakable bond with the friends who help us navigate it.

This funny, extraordinary and deeply moving book -- set to an awesome 80's soundtrack -- captures all the beautiful confusion and emotional intensity we find on the verge of adulthood...and first love.

About the Author

Michael Kun

Michael Kun was born on November 28, 1962. He is the son of Richard and Beatrice Kun. He is a graduate of The Johns Hopkins University, as well as the School of Law of the University of Virginia.

Michael sold his first novel, A Thousand Benjamins, while he was in law school. The novel was published in 1990. After many rumors of his death, which can be read right here on amazon.com, Kun returned with The Locklear Letters in 2003.

Since then, Kun has published three more novels -- My Wife and My Dead Wife, You Poor Monster, and Everybody Says Hello. He has also published the short story collection Corrections to My Memoirs, and has co-authored The Baseball Uncyclopedia and The Football Uncyclopedia. His work also appears in The X-Mas Men.

Michael has never had a cavity.

He also has no tattoos or piercings.

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