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Commencement 6. W.A.R.

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It's senior year of school for Billy Roberts and his friends.  It is a time of trials and challenges, but also hope.  Billy must face his fears or risk losing everything he loves.

You don't have to have read the first five books of the series to enjoy this one, but it will help!

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CheckeredPanda

· Edited by CheckeredPanda

  

This is the sixth and last book in the W.A.R. series and I couldn't be sadder. Reading this story (all six books) and going through Brett's and Billie's adolecent life has been -to say the least- a roller coaster of emotion. I wish I had more time with them, and I'm probably not the only one thinking that either.

 

I love the author's (Jeff) writing style and his way of making the reader feel like a part of the story. I followed every part of their whimsical moods and became ashamed/proud/etc alongside the boys. It was an amazing experience, thanks Jeff.

 

The only thing I disagree with the author about is his comment at the beginning of each book. You really do have to read the previous books before reading this one.

 

Anyway, love the book, love the story, and I definitively recommend you read it.

 

 

Edit:

I just saw book seven, which is centered around Dustin, so I guess I lied in the first paragraph. Sorry - not sorry about another story though!

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