They have one summer to find what was lost long ago.
"Never settle for less than the truth," she told him. But when you don't even know your real name, the truth gets a little complicated. It can nestle so close to home it's hard to see. It can even flourish inside a lie. And as Chase Walker discovered, learning the truth about who you are can be as elusive—and as magical—as chasing fireflies on a summer night.A haunting story about fishing, baseball, home cooking, and other matters of life and death.
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In his fifth novel, Martin (Maggie ; When Crickets Cry ) offers the same brand of sentimental Southern storytelling that has enApr 02 2007 | Read Full Review of Chasing Fireflies: A Novel of...
The little boy, apparently mute, is an artistic prodigy who excels at chess ….” I loved the characters, Uncle Willie, who always came up with idioms, (as out of place as a long tailed cat in a room full of rocking chairs) that usually didn’t make much sense, Chase, the newspaper reporter, who was...Jun 20 2012 | Read Full Review of Chasing Fireflies: A Novel of...
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