Too Blue to Fly

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Longstreet Press, 1997 - 255 pages
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Accomplished novelist Judith Richards, author of "Sounds of Silence" and "After the Storm", offers a textured tale of innocence lost and social unrest. "Too Blue to Fly" challenges the idyllic status assigned to post-World War II America and examines the healing of hearts ravaged by racial hatred, classism, and the brutalities of war.

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User Review  - Ashley Teagle - Goodreads

Although this one took me a while to read (mainly because I abandoned my Kindle for a while in favor of staying on top of my Kindle reading), I enjoyed this book. The story is about Wally, who is ... Read full review

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User Review  - Dana - Goodreads

The plot was a little slow to develop and when it did, climactic moments were rushed through in just a few paragraphs. Read full review


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