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  1. I remember being tremendously moved by this novel, so much that I looked forworks by James Kirkwood and acquired and read them The story is told in the form of a letter from Peter Kilburn who is in jail for a crime involving his school headmaster This, however, is not a typical tale of crime and recrimination I found it unique in its deep melancholy and sadness of the memory shared in its pages, unlike Kirkwood s lighter,humorous work Good Times Bad Times presents two young men I remember being tremendously moved by this novel, so much that I looked forworks by James Kirkwood and acquired and read them The story is told in the form of a letter from Peter Kilburn who is in jail for a crime involving his school headmaster This, however, is not a typical tale of crime and recrimination I found it unique in its deep melancholy and sadness of the memory shared in its pages, unlike Kirkwood s lighter,humorous work Good Times Bad Times presents two young men at a New England prep school who are threatened when the di...

  2. Before I start my review, I have the highest hopes that after you ve read this tattletale of mine, that you look for a copy of this novel anywhere possible.I read Good Times Bad Times just because of the fact that it is branded as the best young novel by the best young novelist and is a reminiscent of The Catcher in the Rye The said classic is a hard act to follow so any title that resembles something existing is either loved or hated But really, the moment I held myself on this one, I could Before I start my review, I have the highest hopes that after you ve read this tattletale of mine, that...

  3. Peter Kilburn is a young man in trouble He s accused of killing the headmaster of his boarding school The Clarence Darrow style lawyer that has agreed to take his case is currently tied up with another matter and has asked his young client to write down the circumstances leading up to the event What emerges is the story of a sad, smart, enaging young man who lost his mother at birth and who s been abandoned by an alcoholic actor of a father Initially friendless at his new school, Peter soon Peter Kilburn is a young man in trouble He s accused of killing the headmaster of his boarding school The Clarence Darrow style lawyer that has agreed to take his case is currently tied up with another matter and has asked his young client to write down the circumstances leading up to the event What emerges is the story of...

  4. One of the best books ever written and a favorite of mine One of my favorite accomplishments in life was acquiring a signed, first edition hardback copy of this book.

  5. Jordan on homosexuality Any man who says he wouldn t whack off with Cary Grant is either a liar or can t get it up.

  6. I had nearly forgotten this book that I read in high school about forty years ago While browsing others libraries here at GoodReads I ran across it, and now I would like to revisit the story and see if it is still as affecting as what I remember.

  7. A nostalgic read I last read Good times, Bad Times 40 years ago when I was a teen, and somehow though I have remembered little of the story, the title stuck Probably because it was the title to the first track of the first side of the first LP by Led Zeppelin Go figure Anyway, I found it a good read It doesn t quite have the angst or flippancy of Salinger s Catcher or the literary ...

  8. I read this when I was in high school, and was so fond of it, but take my advice, let sleeping dogs lie it did not live up to my memories The main character comes off as whiny and annoying, and his best friend is such a queen, yet we re supposed to believe they have the purest of platoni...

  9. I read this book when I was in high school It made me laugh out loud and also sit and sob at other times I made my daughter read it years later but I don t think she liked it quite as much as I did.

  10. Still one of my favorite books ever Have read it at least 20 times Super well written, somewhat autobiographical, timeless and unforgettable main character and best friend But it is my favorite book because there is so much humour in it.