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A Tale of the Supernatural Night Sea Journey is a great read, and it’s a book that I might read again one day. It was definitely a page turner where I did not want to put the book down because I can relate to this book in some aspects. Paula…
River Season - Jim Black Horror Book Review
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In a small Texas town in 1966, thirteen-year-old Jim is looking forward to a summer full of baseball, tomfoolery, and—most of all—fishing. Jim cherishes the solitude of his secluded fishing hole and is startled when he discovers a stranger named Sam, an older African American man from the other side of town, fishing in his favorite spot. Though initially troubled by the intrusion, Jim soon becomes attached to Sam, who gradually becomes a father figure to the boy. Together they form a remarkable relationship, discussing the death of Jim’s alcoholic father, Sam’s years playing baseball in the Negro Leagues, the racial tension in their community, and the confusion of Jim’s first crush. This touching novel about camaraderie and growing pains is sure to resonate with anyone who came of age in small-town America.