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After trying to help Benjamin Pearl, an undernourished, nearly feral 11-year-old boy living in the Montana wilderness, social worker Pete Snow comes face-to-face with the boy's profoundly disturbed father, Jeremiah. With courage and caution, Pete slowly earns a measure of trust from this paranoid survivalist itching for a final conflict that will signal the coming End Times.
But as Pete's own family spins out of control, Pearl's activities spark the full-blown interest of the FBI, putting Pete at the center of a massive manhunt from which no one will emerge unscathed.
In this shattering and iconic American novel, Smith Henderson explores the complexities of freedom, community, grace, suspicion, and anarchy, brilliantly depicting our nation's disquieting and violent contradictions. Fourth of July Creek is an unforgettable, unflinching debut that marks the arrival of a major literary talent.
©2014 Smith Henderson (P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers
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By Peter on 07-13-14

Intense

Would you consider the audio edition of Fourth of July Creek to be better than the print version?

Yes because of the great narration. Andrews and Lamia are great and give a dimension to the book I would not have picked up reading it.

Which character – as performed by MacLeod Andrews and Jenna Lamia – was your favorite?

Rose--complex, sad, trapped, and trying her best in awful situations.

Any additional comments?

This is an intense and well developed story about people most of us would never know or want to know. The characters however are well developed and accessible and beautifully portrayed by the narrators. The story was complex but not so much that it wasn't an enjoyable listen.

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By Firebolt on 11-06-14

Though it can leave the reader bruised

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Very, very well written. It was hard to turn this one off - because the story took so many twists and turns I was never sure what was going to happen next. It was fairly emotional listening - at times I felt as battered and bruised as the main character - but that's what good writing is all about - engaging the reader - right???

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10 of 10 people found this review helpful

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