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Jun 17, Richard Howard rated it liked it Shelves: read Any collection of short stories is likely to be a mixed bag. There's way too much wandering around in the woods being surprised by bull moose for my taste. The one SF story shows potential: maybe the author should explore that genre in the future. Nov 23, Thomas III rated it it was amazing. I was instantly grabbed by the descriptive and illustrative language, and down-to-earth dialog. The stories all had a great flow between them but kept a unique diversity that will keep any reader wanting to turn the page. Cobb had thoughtfulness in realistically measuring the culture of the people he wrote about, whether it was Maine or Texas, that gave the book a taste of authenticity, while still delving I was instantly grabbed by the descriptive and illustrative language, and down-to-earth dialog.
I may not want to go into the Maine woods for a while, but I may want to go back to the next great thing the author writes. For short-story fans, this book is a must. Jun 20, Tracy rated it really liked it.
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S Not usually a fan of short stories, these managed to keep me intrigued. My favorites were the beautiful untouched forest "protecting itself", the woman protecting her island from developers, and the boy who battles the serpent to save his mother from hell. I did have a little trouble getting through the last two "fish stories". All in all, well worth the read. Feb 21, Susan rated it really liked it. Jun 17, Monica rated it it was amazing. I enjoyed all the short stories. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed.
Videos About This Book. More videos Short Stories. About John R. John R. Cobb So far, so good is a proud Mainer with a great affection for the woods and waters. John is a U. Army veteran and has worked in various technology fields for thirty years, including electrical, telecommunications, and data networks. Presently, employed as an IT Infrastructure Analyst, John is a regular contributor to his company newsletter with articles about family outings in John R.
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