Leave Myself Behind

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Leave Myself Behind is the 2004 debut novel by American writer Bart Yates. The plot centers around a seventeen-year-old gay boy, Noah York, and the process through which he goes as he discovers his sexuality and grows without his father. Critics have compared Leave Myself Behind to J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye.[1] The book was given an Alex Award by the American Library Association.

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