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|Title||:||whence all but he had fled|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||254 Pages|
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whence all but he had fled Reviews
Not quite as good overall as Cowboys Don't Cry or A Meaningful Life, but the portraits of Goldfarb and of Stark are really elegant and some of Davis' best writing. Dug the apocalyptic finale, too.
I searched this title on a lark, to see if it was still in print. L.J. Davis' book is timeless in both character portrayal and in the sense that the first dip into the waters of independence is one's most memorable...if not tripped up, from time to time, by the ego plumage of everyone else dancing the waltz. This book was passed around from friend to friend a lot, I remember. I still have this book in a trunk of collectible treasures, tattered and well read by many.