Grasshopper Flats

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Mill City Press, Incorporated, 2010 - Bildungsromans - 292 pages
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Survival in the Old West was measured in blood, sweat and tears. A boy's transformation to a man was a test of his ability to survive. Oft times, trauma and tragedy forged a boy into a man before his years. GRASSHOPPER FLATS was more than just another dusty western town to James Monroe Henry. It represented a time and place where he tried but failed to leap the chasm between boyhood and manhood. He found that no matter how far he ran or how well he hid, the events of one fateful day in the FLATS bedeviled him. After four years of running and hiding, he had to confront the memories that haunted his dreams. His incredible journey causes him to question who he really is, what he truly wants out of life and the kind of man he hopes to become. Will he find the answers when his past, present, and future collide in GRASSHOPPER FLATS?

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