Journeys in Streams and Thoughts
This wonderful set of short stories explore the deeper meanings of family, parenting and friendship that seem to come forth while fishing. The stories range from the realization of a child about the world of which they are now a part, to the wondrous and humorous observations of three men standing next a fishing pond looking at the stars. Like his previous two novels, the exquisite descriptions transport the reader to other realms that seem suspended out of time. Through all the stories, Hill infuses some of his own perspectives and musings as to "what it all means," as we, too, are swept away by Journeys in Streams and Thoughts.
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