|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.00(d)|
|Age Range:||14 – 17 Years|
What is the Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner about?
Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner is a story about Carver, a 17-year-old boy, who with the power of a seven-word text believes he is responsible for the deaths of his three best friends. Amidst the pain of coping and dealing with such a tragic and significant loss, he must face others who blame him as well.
Who died in goodbye days?
I read a book about two brothers, one named Eli, who get into a car accident, and just like in Goodbye Days, Eli dies. For some reason, that story hit really deep. I had a really hard time reading it, not because the story was bad, but because it snowballed into something like a crisis of confidence for me.
What happens at the end of the book Goodbye days?
Ultimately, the investigation into Carver’s role in the accident is dropped. Not only is Carver absolved in the eyes of the law, but he also manages to absolve himself of his own guilt. With the help of his therapist, Dr. Mendez, Carver reframes his view of the accident.
Who is the protagonist in Goodbye Days?
Carver Briggs – The narrative’s protagonist, Carver defines himself as “a seventeen-year-old funeral expert” upon the book’s opening (4). He is the last living member of Sauce Crew, the name he and his three best friends had for their group.
What is the theme of Goodbye Days?
All of these themes — death, guilt, regret, family — all merge in Goodbye Days to craft a novel that is as complicated as it is devastating.
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