From the author of The Outsiders: “Immediate and gripping” tales of two boys whose lives diverge in dramatic ways after a shared childhood tragedy (School Library Journal). Terry and Mike were cousins who were as close as cousins could be—more like twin brothers, really. They thought they were invincible and that the happy times would last forever, until the day their fathers headed off for their annual deer-hunting trip. That was when everything started to change, and their paths went in very different directions. Years later, another fateful event will send one of them to prison—and the other to a bartending job in Oklahoma—while the prospect of an eventual reunion looms . . . From the award-winning author of That Was Then, This Is Now and Rumble Fish, “Some of Tim’s Stories is a compact set of vignettes” full of “sharp, concise observation” (The New York Times).