Rocket Man

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Pantonne Press, 2008 - Fiction - 375 pages
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Dale Hammer is tryhing to find his part of the American Dream. But he just can't keep up. In a story of hilarious consequences, we find Dale in one week accussed of cutting down the sign to his subdivision , plagued with a father who has come to liver over his garage, and on the hook for being Rocket Man of his son's Scout Troop. Dale heads for the catastrophe of Rocket Day with one mission--to give his son a sense of independence, and in the process, find himself.

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User Review  - poolays - LibraryThing

I won this book as an Early Reviewer five years ago, but never received it! When it came up as a free ebook, I recognized it, and ordered it. I actually enjoyed it very much. It was kind of a slow read, but I liked the main character, Dale, and wanted things to work for him. Read full review

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User Review  - libraryclerk - LibraryThing

I really did like this book. I had sympathy for Dale because I saw some of him in me. Trying to make ends meet and forgetting about family and the things that matter the most. I was glad that it all ... Read full review


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William Elliott Hazelgove is the author of three novels,Ripples, Tobacco Sticks and Mica Highways. His first novel won an Editors Choice Award by the ALA and Tobacco Sticks was named one of the best novels of the nineties. He currently lives outside of Chicago.

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