Beyond the Night: A Remembrance

Beyond the Night: A Remembrance

by Wayne Greenhaw, Steve Garst
     
 

Prize-winning journalist Wayne Greenhaw steps back into the camera of memory as drama unfolds in a dark, fascinating, and frightening world. At Christmastime, a young boy has been involved in a tragic auto accident. While he lies near death in a hospital bed, his subconscious is wandering alone through a deep woods. There the boy encounters a mysterious stranger… See more details below

Overview

Prize-winning journalist Wayne Greenhaw steps back into the camera of memory as drama unfolds in a dark, fascinating, and frightening world. At Christmastime, a young boy has been involved in a tragic auto accident. While he lies near death in a hospital bed, his subconscious is wandering alone through a deep woods. There the boy encounters a mysterious stranger who gives him a cherished pocketknife and leads him back to the safety of his family. If it was only a dream, then where did the knife come from?

About the Author:

Wayne Greenhaw is a prize-winning journalist and author of three novels, a collection of short fiction, nine non-fiction books and two plays.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781880216682
Publisher:
River City Publishing
Publication date:
10/01/1999
Pages:
96
Product dimensions:
5.19(w) x 7.21(h) x 0.52(d)

What People are saying about this

Winston Groom
. . . a lovely, loving, bittersweet tribute to the glory of youth. Wayne Greenhaw is the best writer to come out of Alabama since Harper Lee.
—Winston Groom, author of Forrest Gump
Pat Conroy
Wayne Greenhaw has written a remembrance of extraordinary tenderness. It captures all the awe and strangeness of being a boy in the South. It seems part tall-tale, front-porch reminiscence, ghost story and family saga-all the stuff the South does better than anyone else.
—Pat Conroy, author of The Prince of Tides

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