by Ernest Hebert
Publisher: University Press of New England 1993
Number of pages: 232
A darkly comic novel of a boy's picaresque adventure through a surreal American landscape, by the author of The Dogs of March. In a bold departure from his Darby novels, Hebert offers a satiric road story of a 13-year-old's journey through an America where image has replaced substance, and appearance has become reality.
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