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STARS: A BEST FRIENDS STORY
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STARS: A BEST FRIENDS STORY

QueenOfSwords

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Read STARS: A BEST FRIENDS STORY novel written by the author QueenOfSwords on Webnovel, This serial novel genre is Magical Realism stories, covering friendship, bullying, bestfriends, fakedate, familytroubles. ✓ Newest updated ✓ All rights reserved

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"Best Friends are like stars, you don't always see them but know that they're always there." Jake Matthews narrates the story of HOW HE MET HIS FRIENDS years after to his students as he joins the school of Riverdale High. He never knew what it felt like to have friends, given that he barely stuck around at schools. He meets all his new friends in a single day during different circumstances. Riverdale High was like any other high school. There were parties, cat-fights, bullying, and Jake had to either blend in or stand out. Will he be the lone wolf, the outcast? the popular, the jock? the nerd, the bullied? Or the one who always stood by his friends no matter what? They all have their histories and their problems. But the fact that they were friends, made the problems look a little less hard to face. This was the story of their lives and they had to make each second count. With lots of humor and tons of references, this book brings you people who were from different walks of life, who dealt with problems of not only their own but also the problems that their society brought.

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