To The Market Place by Berry Fleming

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To The Market Place

'“Berry Fleming’s novel uses the intertwined lives of several Southern explorers, journeying to a new life in Manhattan, to reveal truths about human love, betrayal, ethics, and morality. Berry’s characters have a powerful advantage over those of many modern authors. Although his protagonists are painfully human, they have a bedrock of values and seem more alive because of the depth of their feelings and their conscience. Berry is a breathtakingly skilled writer. His sentences flow like verse, leading at least one reader to recite the words out loud; a sneaking suspicion lingers that the books are written in iambic pentameter.” —The Bloomsbury Review'
'“Berry Fleming’s novel uses the intertwined lives of several Southern explorers, journeying to a new life in Manhattan, to reveal truths about human love, betrayal, ethics, and morality. Berry’s characters have a powerful advantage over those of many modern authors. Although his protagonists are painfully human, they have a bedrock of values and seem more alive because of the depth of their feelings and their conscience. Berry is a breathtakingly skilled writer. His sentences flow like verse, leading at least one reader to recite the words out loud; a sneaking suspicion lingers that the books are written in iambic pentameter.” —The Bloomsbury Review'
Publisher: The Permanent Press ISBN: 9781504009874 Pages: 528