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Josh Barkey was raised from diapers to diploma in the Amazon Basin of Peru, South America, then paid for an English degree by sticking hundreds of thousands of baby trees into Canadian dirt. Now he lives in an ivy-encrusted shed in North Carolina, arranging words and making art. He can be found online at www.joshbarkey.com
Josh Barkey just plain knows how to write. And obviously, draw and paint. Good grief. His stories are unpredictable in a very good way, creative, realistic at times and fanciful... Read morePublished 8 months ago by wxwmama
Good read..this author never disappoints...check out his older books....Published 11 months ago by Samshooter
Set against backdrops as wide-ranging as a New York taxi cab and a Hutterite colony pig pen, featuring characters as diverse as an oak tree and a taxidermist, this... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Hannah
This is a very good collection of short stories, heavily influenced by the author's time spent planting trees in Canada as part of the reforestation programme. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ignite
The book was well-written and held my attention. The short stories were intriguing and left me wanting more. Tree planting is an occupation I never thought about. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Pamela K. Mercer
I've enjoyed reading Josh's blog for quite some time, so for that - and other reasons - picked up this book assuming at least a decently good read. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Darren
The Author has a great writing style and has the potential to go far. I look forward to reading more from him.Published 23 months ago by Early Riser
Have yet to finish the book, however the content of what I've already read is well written and thought provoking.Published 23 months ago by John I Lucardie