The Stones of Summer

The Stones of Summer

Book - 2003
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Baker & Taylor
A tale spanning three decades in the life of Dawes Williams depicts his growth from precocious boy to town eccentric as it reflects the experience of growing up in Iowa farm country during the 1950s.

Blackwell North Amer
Originally published to glowing reviews in 1972, Dow Mossman's extraordinary debut is a sweeping coming-of-age novel that developed a passionate cult following - even as it went out of print for more than twenty years. It recently inspired director Mark Moskowitz's award-winning documentary film Stone Reader, which was embraced by readers across the country and described by Peter Rainer in New York magazine as "a marvelous literary thriller that gets at the way books can stay with people forever."

Publisher: New York : Barnes & Noble, 2003, c1972
ISBN: 9780760748848
0760748845
Characteristics: x, 586 p. ; 24 cm

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