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Stingers Paperback – February 3, 2011
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Everyone at some point during their adult existence wishes they could re-live or re-capture their childhood. Wishes granted!!
If ever there was a book that could take you back to the sights, sounds, smells, thrills, joys, trepidations, adventures and antics experienced with a best friend that only youth offers up; Stingers is it.
Step through the amazing portal that Griffiths graciously opens in the beginning pages of each of his novels that transports you into a realm where you become the character, first-hand.
Offering his readers the ability to become the character is a rare and unique quality that sets Griffiths apart; a signature trademark of Griffiths' style and appeal; this author never disappoints! Travel back in heart, mind and spirit.
Refreshing, down to earth, natural goodness. Wit and charm eloquently interlaced with hair-raising, knee-knocking, white-knuckle suspense and intrigue. Sam Conway is an amazing, stand-out kid as loveable as Huckleberry Finn, in as many predicaments.
Griffiths appears to have aptly woven an essence of Walt Disney meets mark Twain in his modern day rivalry: Stingers.
Definitely my favorite read! Just thinking about some of the antics has me amused and laughing as I write this review.
For old and young alike. Worth reading!!
If you wind up helplessly sucked in to Samantha Conway's world (I'm sure you will be), and if you have a vested interest in finding out who she becomes (I'm sure you do), read: Methuselah's Pillar by W.G. Griffiths. It won't disappoint.
If you previously read Methuselah's Pillar, were swept away by the intrigue and breakneck pace, then I encourage you to read Stingers. Simply think of it as the necessary prequel or "flashback" scenes in a movie that strategically add the critical depth and insight needed for the character to become more personal!!!