Until We Meet Again (Bluford Series #7)

Until We Meet Again (Bluford Series #7)

by Anne Schraff, Paul Langan

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Sequel to A Matter of Trust (Bluford Series #2), this story continues the tale of the Wills family. Darcy learns that Hakeem, her first boyfriend, is moving out of the state. Then her grandmother's health declines and a mysterious new person comes into her life.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013017924
Publisher: Townsend Press
Publication date: 08/20/2011
Series: Bluford Series , #7
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 320,053
File size: 546 KB
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Anne Schraff, the author of five books in the Bluford Series, is a full-time writer. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio, and earned a B.A. and M.A. from California State University, Northridge. Schraff taught high school from 1967 to 1977 at the Academy of Our Lady of Peace, San Diego, California.

As a child, Schraff traveled widely in the United States with her mother, brother, and grandmother. (Her father died when she was three.) They made their journeys in a camping trailer and had many wild adventures. Schraff frequently draws from those rich experiences when she creates her stories.

As a teenager, Schraff held a variety of jobs. She began as a papergirl, delivering a hundred Los Angeles Times every morning at four o’clock. She later became a waitress and a shrimp boat worker. Another job as a boysenberry picker taught Schraff sympathy for migrant workers.

But Schraff always wanted to be a writer and sold her first story, “Stage to Hell,” to a western magazine while she was a college freshman. She pretended to be a male by signing the story A. E. Schraff. The editor didn’t know the truth until he’d bought a dozen of her stories. Since then she has sold hundreds of stories and more than eighty books including historical fiction, biographies, science books, and her favorite, fictional books for young people.

You may contact Anne Schraff by writing to her at:

Anne Schraff
PO Box 1345
Spring Valley, CA 91979

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Until We Meet Again (Bluford High Series #7) 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 39 reviews.
starr49 More than 1 year ago
this book is so amazing im recomendin this book to teenagers im one myself im 14 years old n darcy boyfriend hakeem has to move away to detroit then someoone new comes in her life who she is fooled by dont jugde a book by its cover then he grandma dies this is a book that i can relate to because this the kind of books that i lik drama books not borin books please ms.annie schraff i beg you please make more time to make more books about darcy and hakeem moving back to cali she misses him nd im sure he misses her to this book made me cry because its emotional but it has alot of action in it also dont you juat lik a book that it makes u depressed but your all interested in it at the smae time i felt like i was in the book lik i new how everything looked int the book like i was there i loveeee this bookkkkk why did it have to stop 2 thumbs upppppp to this book woowwww
picktown_N_U More than 1 year ago
Until We Meet Again is a good book with disappointment, depression, and desperateness. When Darcy's father comes back into her life, she thinks life will be much better, but a lot of misfortunate events lead Darcy to believe otherwise. Darcy, a student at Bluford High School is depressed because her boyfriend, Hakeem, is moving away to Detroit because his dad can't handle lifting heavy things like he used to because of his cancer. But when another person comes into Darcy's life, will she ever be the same? read this book to find out!
Parisred on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
The novel, Untill We Meet Again, encompasses a teenage girl named Darcy whos boyfriend, Hakeeem, moves to another state. In the beginning, Darcy, the protagonist struggles with getting over the fact that her and Hakeem will never see eachother again after he moves at the end of the school year. Through out the middle, she gets a babysiting job that introduces her to Brian, a smooth-talking and suducing guy who happens to be one year older than her. Brian whoos Darcy and makes her feel guilty about bouncing back from Hakeem so fast. One night Brian takes things too far and her family puts her to shame. By the end Darcy learns from her mistakes and her life shapes up for the better whith a little help from two special people. ( 144 pgs/ 144 pgs read)
dfitzgerald on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This is a perfect series for more mature readers that are still working on their comprehension. I thought the plot was engaging and the characters were believable. I also love the fact that the characters are from different backgrounds and socio-ecomonic levels without being stereotypical. I started with number seven in the series because it was available. I enjoyed it so much that I am going back to number one and planning on reading the whole series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Yall should read this
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thiis book is veryy INTERESTING.ireally lije this book ug had my eyes glued toi the screen . And i reconmed this book ti kids whl r livin a rough life nd peoold whoo like realustuc stiries . AT 100% (NERD OUT)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is very addicting. I just cant put it down. Love it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is really good you will enjoy this
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daisy_13 More than 1 year ago
I read this book last year and I read it 5 times in one day. Best book ever!!!!!!!!!!
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Until We Meet Again is a great book to read if you like real life drama,with real life situations.Students in Bluford High are out for the summer. Darcy summer starts out great, her dad comes back and her family is the happiest they've ever been. Until her grandma dies and she finds out her boyfriend Hakeem has to move to Detroit. Darcy trys talking to other people. It turns out not to be the best idea. Will Hakeem take her back????
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Saqujaweea More than 1 year ago
What if you love to different guys? You boyfriend is moving across the U.S and a new guy comes and makes you feel better. Would you be loyal and stay with your boyfriend or go behind his back to see this new guy. Darcy Wills is an average 11 grader, she gets good grades, has a nice boyfriend, and a little sister. But then she finds out the he's moving and she gets so hurt. I recommended this book manly to teen because some of the things are too strong for kids. I love how the book talks strongly about the characters and I like how the book makes it seem like you're in there. If you want to find out what else happens read the book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Everything in Darcy's life was perfect till this summer. This book is a really good book. It has some romance, sad times and action! Darcy is in high school she's pretty and nice. Her dad just came back to live. There's only one problem.. her boyfriend is moving. Can she stop it? I would recommend this book to teenage GIRLS! If you're looking for a good book to read this is the one to choose!
brebre967 More than 1 year ago
I strongly recommend the book "Until We Meet Again" if you like romance, suspense, mystery, and a little sadness. Darcy's boyfriend, Hakeem, has to move to Detroit because his father has cancer and he'll get a high-paying job there and this leads to the climax. I give this book four stars because I didn't like how mean Hakeem was being to Darcy and I didn't like the ending, which I'm not telling you about.
OreoCookie More than 1 year ago
Do you like dreary/ boring books? Well if you do, this is not the book for you! This book is thrilling! I like how realistic it is and there is tons of suspense! The main character is Darcy, a girl that is mature and pretty, but has many doubts and problems with herself. The main conflict is character vs. self. Darcy is feeling guilty about liking Brian because Hakeem (her boyfriend) just moved away. I highly recommend this book because it is short, exciting, suspenseful, and realistic. The most thrilling part (climax) is when Darcy goes to Brian's house and he goes a little too far. read and find out what happens to Darcy and see the drama unfold!
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