Blood Brothers by S. A. Harazin

Blood Brothers

byS. A. Harazin

Kobo ebook | December 18, 2008

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Without his job at the hospital, Clay would be lost. The hard work, the struggles of the patients, the drama in the ERÑit makes his days worth something, and gives focus to his dream of someday becoming a doctor. Clay can't afford to go away to college like the rest of his graduating senior class, but what other 17-year-old has delivered a baby or helped save a life?

Still, Clay wishes his life could be more like his best friend Joey's. Joey has it all—a great family, a good college waiting for him at the end of the summer, money, a car. Clay has to bike everywhere, and the miles are starting to wear him down.

But Joey's golden future shatters one day when he overdoses at a party. Now he's clinging to life at the hospital where Clay works, and Clay may even be implicated in Joey's injuries. Tension and emotion rise as those who love Joey gather and wait. Clay will do whatever he can to find out what happened at the party, and to help Joey recover. But to survive this ordeal Clay must draw on a strength he never knew he had.

From the Hardcover edition.

Title:Blood BrothersFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 18, 2008Publisher:Random House Children's BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0307494179

ISBN - 13:9780307494177


Rated 3 out of 5 by from Blood Brothers by S.A. Harazin "Blood Brothers" was an interesting book. When I first started reading this book, I didn't think I was going to enjoy it. It wasn't that great at first, wasn't catching my attention. The more I read and got into it, the better it got. It really relates to a lot of high schoolers and I am sure many can relate to the events happening in this book. As the story goes on the main character, Clay, explains what is happening in the present and flashbacks. The content may be too explicit for younger, middle school children. I believe that high school students could relate to the different issues facing the teens in the story.
Date published: 2017-10-13