In the Wake of the Boatman

Fuqua, Jonathon Scott

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Num Pages: 320 pages. BIC Classification: FA; FHD. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 167 x 236 x 22. Weight in Grams: 582. . 2008. 1st. Hardcover. . . . . Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: "Puttnam Douglas Steward isn't having an identity crisis―he is one. To his father Carl, he’s a disappointment, and has been since the day he came home from the hospital. To his mother, he’s ""Mama’s Boy,"" and will forever be nothing less and nothing more.The Army thinks he’s a hero, having single-handedly saved his troops from an ambush when they stumble upon a major, unknown supply line in Vietnam, then exposing a major Soviet espionage ring in the U.S.Only Milton, Putt’s college friend and environmental activist, and Putt’s sister Mary see that something is deeply confused about Puttnam Steward. Yet neither of them knows that the only time Putt ever truly feels happy is when he wears a woman’s clothes and becomes, for a brief, fleeting moment, someone else. And they don't know how much that disgusts him.In the Wake of the Boatman is a brilliant drama, stirringly and sensitively told, about the elusiveness of identity. Another important novel from one of America’s most praised and accomplished novelists, it’s a masterpiece that won't soon be forgotten."

About the Author: Jonathon Scott Fuqua has written the highly praised and Alex Award-winning novel, The Reappearance of Sam Webber, as well as the critically acclaimed and recently published book, Gone and Back Again. He is also the author of three much lauded, award-winning young adult novels, King of the Pygmies, DARBY, and The Willoughby Spit Wonder. For teenagers and adults, he penned a "groundbreaking" graphic novel, In the Shadow of Edgar Allan Poe. All of his published books are available nationally and internationally.

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Book Description Bancroft Press. Hardback. Book Condition: new. BRAND NEW, In the Wake of the Boatman, Jonathon Scott Fuqua, Puttnam Douglas Steward is not having an identity crisis -- he is one. To his father Carl, he's a disappointment, and has been since the day he came home from the hospital. To his mother, he is "Mama's Boy", and will forever be nothing less and nothing more. The Army thinks he is a hero, having single-handedly saved his troops from an ambush when they stumble upon a major, unknown supply line in Vietnam, then exposing a major Soviet espionage ring in the U.S. Only Milton, Putt's college friend and environmental activist, and Putt's sister Mary see that something is deeply confused about Puttnam Steward. Yet neither of them knows that the only time Putt ever truly feels happy is when he wears a woman's clothes and becomes, for a brief, fleeting moment, someone else. And they do not know how much that disgusts him. This is a brilliant drama, stirringly and sensitively told, about the elusiveness of identity. Another important novel from one of America's most praised and accomplished novelists, it's a masterpiece that will not soon be forgotten. Bookseller Inventory # B9781890862428

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