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In the aftermath of the storm of the century, Rob Wyatt, a thirty-two-year-old Charleston bachelor, finds himself assessing his life as well as his property damage. Life changes culminate at the annual Volunteer Fire Department Fair, as Rob's past and future collide in what could either be catastrophe or salvation.
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Sold by:||Penguin Group|
|File size:||596 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
About the Author
Josephine Humphreys is the author of Dreams of Sleep, which won the 1985 Hemingway Foundation Award for a first work of fiction; of Rich in Love, made into a major motion picture; and of The Fireman's Fair (all available from Penguin).
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The Fireman's Fair based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Having recently read Nowhere Else on Earth and having loved it, I went in search of other Josephine Humphries works for a further sampling of her craft. I was not disappointed in next reading The Fireman's Fair, and I would recommend it to lovers of good, honest, unpretentious character and plot. The protagonist is someone I know, I'm sure of it. We all know him. He's our lovesick brother or cousin, a friend we knew in college who couldn't grow up, a guy down the street we once were friends with who never quite found his way. I'm so glad to have discovered Josephine Humphries. I hope others in search of remarkable fiction will discover her as well.