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Calling

'“A beguiling, often hilarious tale of two American seekers who end up finding truths they hadn’t imagined on a bus ride through the desert.” —Alice Elliott Dark, author of Think of England “A top-notch novel in the tradition of Harry Crews . . . Big plot turns that will keep readers turning pages.” —Athens Banner-Herald “A hard-to-put-down tale . . . [like] a Frederick Buechner work, but edgier.” —The Charlotte Observer“Sam Starnes has crafted a beguiling, often hilarious tale of two American seekers who end up finding truths they hadn’t imagined on a bus ride through the desert. . . . This is one of those novels that resonates long after the final page.” —Alice Elliott Dark, author of “In the Gloaming”“Calling is a powerful novel, one that features two men from the South—both much damaged by heredity and experience. . . . Starnes’s adept use of the journey motif and a colloquy between the two provide apt vehicles for this novel of personal disclosure, tragedy and tentative redemption for at least one of the men.” —Jean W. Cash, author of Flannery O’Connor: A Life and Larry Brown: A Writer’s Life'
'“A beguiling, often hilarious tale of two American seekers who end up finding truths they hadn’t imagined on a bus ride through the desert.” —Alice Elliott Dark, author of Think of England “A top-notch novel in the tradition of Harry Crews . . . Big plot turns that will keep readers turning pages.” —Athens Banner-Herald “A hard-to-put-down tale . . . [like] a Frederick Buechner work, but edgier.” —The Charlotte Observer“Sam Starnes has crafted a beguiling, often hilarious tale of two American seekers who end up finding truths they hadn’t imagined on a bus ride through the desert. . . . This is one of those novels that resonates long after the final page.” —Alice Elliott Dark, author of “In the Gloaming”“Calling is a powerful novel, one that features two men from the South—both much damaged by heredity and experience. . . . Starnes’s adept use of the journey motif and a colloquy between the two provide apt vehicles for this novel of personal disclosure, tragedy and tentative redemption for at least one of the men.” —Jean W. Cash, author of Flannery O’Connor: A Life and Larry Brown: A Writer’s Life'
Publisher: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road ISBN: 9781453220856 Pages: 272