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Well constructed, this book is as much a quest as it is a resigning look. I wonder if I, sometime in the next twenty years, won't be the same horny though conscientious and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jeff Lawlor
I loved this book. I can't believe that Jim Harrison and I lived within miles of each other in Northern Michigan and I never heard of him until now--I was at the library and picked... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patricia Wozniak
Great character study of someone with basically a dormant spirit who's life gets a divorce shock followed by a funny voyage of discovery and winds up back where it began, but this... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Joseph A. Moran
First novel I've read from this author. It is a simply wonderful read!!!Published 8 months ago by Fred Kwant
Not one of Jim Harrison's best efforts, but certainly a cut above the majority, and still a good read!Published 8 months ago by brian r mahany
I liked the facts that were given when he traveled around the states,
however Some of the content of the story bothered me.
He is an excellent writer all in all.
Sixty year old Cliff, once an English teacher, but now a Michigan cherry farmer, has lost his wife to a flashier man, his farm and livelihood to his wheeling-dealing real estate... Read morePublished 9 months ago by C Phillips
Jim Harrison is an American institution as a writer. He's way up there in the pantheon along with other writers such as Hemingway,
Fitzgerald, Steinbeck, Faulkner---he's... Read more