There Is a Generation: Kids Of "The Greatest Generation"

There Is a Generation Kids Of The Greatest Generation Laugh out loud funny by a Master Storyteller to quote the book s editor an author of several published novels In s West Texas best friends Tim and Hect two mischief makers in their middle teen

  • Title: There Is a Generation: Kids Of "The Greatest Generation"
  • Author: W.H. Buzzard
  • ISBN: 9781500385279
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Paperback
  • Laugh out loud funny by a Master Storyteller, to quote the book s editor, an author of several published novels In 1950s West Texas, best friends Tim and Hect, two mischief makers in their middle teens, are enjoying the high life Coddled in the type of lifestyles that allows them to play war with.22 caliber semiautomatic rifles, they suddenly find their world turned Laugh out loud funny by a Master Storyteller, to quote the book s editor, an author of several published novels In 1950s West Texas, best friends Tim and Hect, two mischief makers in their middle teens, are enjoying the high life Coddled in the type of lifestyles that allows them to play war with.22 caliber semiautomatic rifles, they suddenly find their world turned upside down when their game turns into a ghastly murder, or so they believe For a final hoot of the day, Hect has the idea to set ablaze an old shack in a forgotten auto junkyard Tim readily agrees, though he thinks his friend s target is a wasp nest in a mesquite bush They fill a bottle with fuel from a wrecked truck and hurl the Molotov cocktail at the shanty, which erupts into a fireball Stunned that his friend chose to set fire to the empty office instead, Tim gapes in horror as a blazing figure appears in the hut s window The human torch and a shocked Tim gaze at one another, searing the memory into the boy s mind Interrupted by the sound of sirens coming from town, and believing their prank will land them in prison, if not on Huntsville s Death Row, Tim and Hect think their only choice lies in becoming fugitives from the law Armed only with dogged determination and a forehead slapping sense of naivety, the two boys flee out into the harsh Texas desert Because of the spoiled lifestyles they ve lived so far, the two couldn t be less prepared

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    • Princess Fuzzypants here Life for Tim and his best friend, Hect, is a search for excitement When they set fire to a shed and think there was someone inside, they run They figure if they can cross into Mexico, they will be safe They are anything but safe on the long journey.Separated then reunited and then separated again, the two boys are faced with a world neither one knew existed They run into the good, the bad and the ugly and must learn to cope with whatever is thrown their way.As they trave [...]


    • Of course this is a book about growing up, learning how to take care of yourself, doing chores, getting a job and keeping a promise.But There Is a Generation is also a very funny road movie about two boys who get into all kinds of trouble Somehow, they always find a way out, meet new people and keep going hoping to find each other again, but mostly finding themselves after committing a horrible crime.Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for a copy of the book.


    • The story never got going and I just lost interest I feel this is a pseudo rehash of All the Pretty Horses 1.5 to 2 stars out of 5


    • it s like richard laymon but without all the gore and rape one improbable event follows another and at the end you just don t know what to think of it all xD


    • I received a free copy via Netgalley in exchange for a honest review.I just found the plot confusing and very weak.Did not like this at all.


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