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Lick Creek

by Brad Kessler

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Lick Creek by Brad Kessler
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  • First Published:
    Mar 2001, 256 pages
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    Mar 2002, 256 pages

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This story is a memory of a distant childhood. Filled with real people. Flowers, smells, Landscapes, and people vivid enough to take a 67 year old man back to yesterday and bring a few tears to his eyes. Death, sorrow, anger, and fear become real through the characters in this bitter sweet picture story. The ending however is a total flop. What he was trying to prove, what point he is trying to make at the end is totally beyond me. And that alone turns a great story into a mediocre story.
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