2 journalers for this copy...
Jack comes from a long line of newspaper reporters. His father is the editor of the local paper, his brother moved to the big city as a whiz reporter, and Jack got bounced out of college. Life changes when Ward returns to their small town to investigate the fate of a local hood on Death Row. Odd and quirky, enjoy.
Journal Entry 2
Gingko Coffee Shop - Snelling and Minnehaha in Saint Paul, Minnesota USA on Friday, December 28, 2012
Released 7 yrs ago (12/28/2012 UTC) at Gingko Coffee Shop - Snelling and Minnehaha in Saint Paul, Minnesota USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Left on the shelves.
#51 in D for December 2012
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Journal Entry 3
Saint Paul, Minnesota USA on Sunday, January 06, 2013
I plucked this from the first OBCZ I have ever seen, at Gingko's Coffeehouse on Snelling and Minnehaha, during the BookCrossers' meetup (another first for me). One of the BCers mentioned that it failed to hold her interest. I am amused to find now that she was the one who gave away this copy.
So, quietorchid, thank you, and I hope I will stay awake. The dialogue and description seemed good, the bits I browsed.
Journal Entry 4
Little Free Library #1191 in Sartell, Minnesota USA on Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Released 6 yrs ago (5/29/2013 UTC) at Little Free Library #1191 in Sartell, Minnesota USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Shaggy dog story that changes direction about halfway through. The main female character is not a nice person. We never really learn much about the narrator or his brother, who is the main character. Maybe they are "paper" boys in more ways than one.
I am sending this book back out into the world as part of multiple BookCrossing release challenges: Movie Books; Keep Them Moving; Never Judge a Book by its Cover (week 21).