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Crossing Decembers By John Booth
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Five Mile Bridge has been closed for years, slowly decaying and seemingly forgotten over the fields west of Bryan, Ohio. Joshua Kendall stood there once with a friend now gone. But a return trip to... More > the bridge washes Joshua backward in time and memory, giving him the chance to rediscover parts of his life he thought he'd lost. Yet even as he pries those memories loose like fossils from shale, Joshua's actions are rippling through the paths of time backward as well as forward, and as his mind wrestles with pasts he cannot remember, roads which have never existed are suddenly real.< Less
Crossing Decembers By John Booth
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Five Mile Bridge has been closed for years, slowly decaying and seemingly forgotten over the fields west of Bryan, Ohio. Joshua Kendall stood there once with a friend now gone. But a return trip to... More > the bridge washes Joshua backward in time and memory, giving him the chance to rediscover parts of his life he thought he'd lost. Yet even as he pries those memories loose like fossils from shale, Joshua's actions are rippling through the paths of time backward as well as forward, and as his mind wrestles with pasts he cannot remember, roads which have never existed are suddenly real.< Less
Collect All 21! Memoirs of a Star Wars Geek - The First 30 Years By John Booth
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Opening that first Darth Vader figure and putting him in a Landspeeder. Imagining a snowy elementary school playground as the wastes of Hoth. Seeing Return of the Jedi on opening night. Moments like... More > these - and a galaxy more - make up three decades of "Memoirs of a Star Wars Geek." John takes the reader from a childhood packed with Star Wars guys (never "action figures") and Christmas wishes both fulfilled and unrealized, through the years when the trilogy lay dormant to the mainstream public's eye, and into an age of seeing George Lucas' universe as an adult while exploring it again as a parent. Gracefully laying bare both the good and not-so-good times, this collection, with its origins as a series on his web site, FieldsEdge.com, is a love letter from a self-aware geek written under the sometimes harsh light of hindsight, softened with understanding. It captures the innocence and wonder and infinite possibilities of what it meant to an eight-year-old to Collect All 21!< Less