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In his fiction debut, readers are treated to a deep dive into the architecture of a group of Charlie’s songs. Like old, well-hewn gospel songs, there is both darkness and light. There are tales of childhood, families, cantankerous uncles and aunts, and slightly lost individuals. Through keyholes opening into rays of light, the reader watches the lives of everyday humans unrolling in unheroic yet poetic and unvarnished ways that those that love Parr’s songs will cherish. As Abraham Smith writes in the book’s introduction, “It's a great plenty and promises plenty more. I know I feel a delicious undertow on the final page; can't wait to start again at word one; and then to find a good walking stick for Charlie's next river road of prose.”

In his fiction debut, readers are treated to a deep dive into the architecture of a group of Charlie’s songs. Like old, well-hewn gospel songs, there is both darkness and light. There are tales of childhood, families, cantankerous uncles and aunts, and slightly lost individuals. Through keyholes opening into rays of light, the reader watches the lives of everyday humans unrolling in unheroic yet poetic and unvarnished ways that those that love Parr’s songs will cherish. As Abraham Smith writes in the book’s introduction, “It's a great plenty and promises plenty more. I know I feel a delicious undertow on the final page; can't wait to start again at word one; and then to find a good walking stick for Charlie's next river road of prose.”

9798218038939

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Format: Book
Rel. Date: 10/11/2022
UPC: 9798218038939

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In his fiction debut, readers are treated to a deep dive into the architecture of a group of Charlie’s songs. Like old, well-hewn gospel songs, there is both darkness and light. There are tales of childhood, families, cantankerous uncles and aunts, and slightly lost individuals. Through keyholes opening into rays of light, the reader watches the lives of everyday humans unrolling in unheroic yet poetic and unvarnished ways that those that love Parr’s songs will cherish. As Abraham Smith writes in the book’s introduction, “It's a great plenty and promises plenty more. I know I feel a delicious undertow on the final page; can't wait to start again at word one; and then to find a good walking stick for Charlie's next river road of prose.”

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