The Boy from Buzby Beach

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The Boy from Buzby Beach

The Boy from Buzby Beach Summer is when teenagers get to sleep late spend lazy days on the beach and hang out with their friends But when your mom owns the only coffee shop on the island summer means getting up before the

  • Title: The Boy from Buzby Beach
  • Author: D.W. Davis
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Summer is when teenagers get to sleep late, spend lazy days on the beach, and hang out with their friends But when your mom owns the only coffee shop on the island, summer means getting up before the sun and getting the job done It also means meeting some interesting characters, including some cute girls Just ask Jacques, The Boy from Buzby Beach.

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    1. Brenda Perlin on said:

      D. W. Davis has a comforting way of reeling in his readers. The Boy from Bugzy Beach is no exception. I read the River Dream series and fell in love with the story lines and the flawless writing style that came across effortless on the pages. The author has a gentle style that takes his reader into the lives of his characters.This story captured my attention from the first beautifully poetic paragraph. Just Mr Davis' use of wordage is so pleasing. I couldn't help but take my time holding onto th [...]

    2. P.S. Winn on said:

      This is a contemporary romance that takes readers into the life of Jacques. He's a teenager living on Buzby Beach with his mom. She owns a coffee shop that Jacques helps out in. I found this a slower pace than a lot of books I read, but feel it is more of an introduction to characters and their interactions than a mystery or suspense. Kind of like a cozy mystery without a lot of mystery. I found this book to be a heartwarming and charming look at what a teenager deals with in life. The casual st [...]

    3. April K on said:

      This was the first book by DW Davis that I read, and it was breathtaking. I found myself thrown into a world much like the one that I spent most of my young summers in. The NC beaches, the laid back attitude, the knowing everyone in town- reminded me not only of my childhood summers spent in NC, but the community that I live in now. JQ is a great main character, being the man in the house, working at his mother's business and being in love with his friend. The experiences he has with girls, are [...]

    4. Nicole Storey on said:

      This book is a good read for a young teen but not so much for an adult. I think I might have liked it better if there was a plot and the book was better edited. I came across head-hopping at least every two pages and there were other numerous editing mishaps that should have been caught. I was also a bit put off by the attitude of the protagonist. He can't figure out which of the three girls in his life he wants to be with, finally decides on one, but gets over their abrupt break-up rather quick [...]

    5. Randy Tramp on said:

      The Book:Jacques is the boy from Buzby Beach. His mom owns the only coffee shop on the island and Jacques helps her. Summer, sand and sun, fill his off time recreation – and friends, including girls.My Thoughts:“Summer Loving, had me a thrill. Summer Loving, happened so fast. I met a girl, crazy for me. I met a boy, cute as can be.”The Grease song played over and over in my mind as I read this book. I probably don’t have the words correct, but you get the point. This was a fun, summertim [...]

    6. Lauri on said:

      Young Love in the SummerThe Boy from Buzby Beach follows 15 year old Jacques during the first few weeks of summer break. Jacques is a really good kid who gets up extremely early to help out at his mom's coffee shop and the small island town is full of interesting characters. DW Davis did a wonderful job of describing the island lifestyle and the typical struggles of teens fumbling through dating and love. This was a heartwarming story that I very much enjoyed.

    7. Greta Burroughs on said:

      It's tough being a teenager, I remember. DW Davis shows us the pain associated with young love from a boy's perspective, very unusual now-a-days as most books concentrate on the girl's side of the story. This book will be appreciated by young people going through the coming-of-age phase.

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