The final volume in the beloved family saga that began with "All Over butthe Shoutin'" and continued with "Ava's Man, The Prince of Frogtown" is a revelatory book about fatherhood, a perfect gift for Dad.The final volume in the beloved family saga that began with "All Over butthe Shoutin'" and continued with "Ava's Man, The Prince of Frogtown" is a revelatory book about fatherhood, a perfect gift for Dad.Read Less
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Good. Unabridged. 7 CDs in original box. Modest wear on box. CDs play perfectly! Tulsa's best used bookstore. Located on South Mingo Road since 1991. No-hassle return policy if not completely satisfied.
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7 CD'S near fine in VG orange, white and black pictorial box. Read by author. Unabridged. 8 hours play time. an unforgettable tale about fathers and sons inspired by his own relationship with his ten-year-old stepson. He documents a mesmerizing journey back in time to the lush Alabama landscape of Rick's youth, to Jacksonville's one-hundred-year-old mill, the town's blight and salvation; and to a troubled, charismatic hustler coming of age in its shadow, Rick's father, a man bound to bring harm even to those he truly loves. Then the marvelous journey of Rick's later life: a journey into fatherhood, and toward a child for whom he comes to feel a devotion that staggers him.
While I enjoyed this final piece in the trilogy, I recall enjoying All Over But The Shouting better. BTW, I don't remember anywhere that Rick's dad was made out to be "princely" - and never heard any of the venues referred to as Frogtown; if they were in there, they escaped this reader's attention...
The sidebars with The Boy were well done, and advanced at a proper pace. The long-suffering women were better portrayed than the reprobate men. Although Rick himself seems to come across with clarity
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