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The Code of Buddyhood

READ & DOWNLOAD The Code of Buddyhood

Bobby Beresford and Mark Szasz the self appointed Knights Templar of the Code of Buddyhood are undergraduates at the University of Oklahoma in 1979 There couldn't be a unlikely pair of best friends Bobby's cautious social ineptitude and romantic fumblings offset Mark's flamboyant devil may car.

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Rat parties arranging elaborate double dates that at least for Bobby go disastrously and hilariously wrong and shuttling a decomposing corpse across campus But inevitably the girl they both love becomes a wedge that divides the buddies not only during their college days but well into the futur.

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E attitude his irrepressible pranks and his prowess with shapely coeds But the cardinal rule of the Code A buddy does not move in on another buddy's girl reuires Bobby to watch uietly as Mark makes time with Annie the woman of Bobby's dreams Mark and Bobby's college exploits include crashing f.

  • Paperback
  • 338
  • The Code of Buddyhood
  • William Bernhardt
  • en
  • 05 August 2018
  • 9780989378932

About the Author: William Bernhardt

William Bernhardt is the author of forty seven books including the bestselling Ben Kincaid series the historical novels Challengers of the Dust and Nemesis two books of poetry The White Bird and The Ocean’s Edge and the Red Sneaker books on fiction writing His most recent novel is The Last Chance Lawyer the first in a new series of legal thrillers featuring rebel lawyer Daniel Pike In add



3 thoughts on “The Code of Buddyhood

  1. says:

    Although not the first book published by best selling author Bill Bernhardt The Code of Buddyhood is probably his earliest attempt at a complete novel Reading such an early work one enjoys a fascinating window into the development of a great author Already here are the intriguing and realistically flawed characters of the later books as well as finely crafted scenes of interpersonal reaction and personality development The linearity of the plot is probably its greatest weakness Seeing the characters in college and then again in adulthood is fine If written todaythough Bernhardt might have thrown us first into the deep end of their troubled latter day reunion This would have made the reader anxious to understand how they got where they are which could have been gradually explained through remembrance of their earlier days together But that is just a style point For me the strongest portion of the book was the first half This depiction of the college years of two roommates rang so true despite some antics that pushed the bounds of mischievous behavior Bobby and Mark and the young women they pursued were full of believability and their interactions with one another were full of the bravado and insecurity of people in that time at that age The second half of the book though eually well crafted seemed to falter a bit in plot progression The small flaws stand out here because all of the later works from this author completely lack them Reading this does remind me of how well Bernhardt crafts his characters a fact that may be obscured in later works with dramatic action It was clear even at this early stage that this author had something to tell us and a uniue ability to do so

  2. says:

    First things first this is a very different book than Bernhardt's typical fare Not a lawyer or court case to be found So go in knowing thatThis is also the first book he wrote although not published and it is definitely the work of a beginning novelist The plot isn't that interesting and the story doesn't really seem to go anywhere in particular I've read everything else of his and enjoyed them but this one just didn't work for meA must read for Bernhardt completists only

  3. says:

    Time well spentThis is a remarkable book The life lessons are profound but not rammed down your throat Instead they are carefully woven into a truly uniue yet simple tale of two friends Time well spent

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