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 On the Corner: A Novel of Lifelong Friendship by S.J. Tagliareni
Reviewed by Nancy Eaton

Did you have a best friend who was there for you during the good times and difficult times in your life?  This is the story of On the Corner

Sal and his childhood friend, Michael have been there for each other.   It is difficult to imagine what would have happened had they not been there to provide the emotional support to each other during the many events that took place over the years.

The reader will follow the story of these two men as they face many situations in life; marriage, deaths of loved ones, going their separate ways to college and reconnecting again.

Once you read  On the Corner, it will make you really appreciate someone you might have known like Sal and Michael.  Sometimes we take friends for granted but this story will make you take a second look at your close friends.  Even if you have lost contact with a close friend, On the Corner will make you want to search for that person so you can reconnect again.

The author of this book, S.J. Tagliareni, has written this story in a very descriptive manner and it never lacks in details.  The story never gets boring because there is always something new going on in the lives of these two men.  Sal makes the reader feel like they are right there with him as the story unwinds.   

On the Corner is a story of how true friendship can make a difference in someone's life.  This is a very heartwarming story and it will bring out many emotions in the reader.  I know it did for me - it brought tears to my eyes in many cases and at other times the story made me laugh.  I don't want to give away any spoilers so that is all I'm going to say about the story. On the Corner  is a very worthwhile read and one that I highly recommend!

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