Pushcart Prize nominee Dave King delivers a moving novel that explores the nature of family. Wounded in Vietnam, Howard Kapostash is unable to speak, read, or write, although his intelligence is normal. Now middle-aged, he lives a lonely existence. But then his former high school sweetheart entrusts her nine-year-old son to Howard when she enters drug rehab. Suddenly a father figure, Howard begins to open up, and the emotional wounds of his past start to heal.
©2005 Dave King (P)2005 Recorded Books
“… lovingly rendered in careful, steady prose … explores familial bonds arising between people with no blood ties … with poise and heart.”—Publishers Weekly
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