Berkeley: Counterpoint, 2006. Later printing. Paperback. 140 pp. Octavo. White and purple covers. As NEW. Item #15127
During the Christmas of 1943, nine-year-old Andy Catlett goes alone by bus to visit his grandparents and it is an adventure he takes very seriously - a rite of passage, he thinks. Along the way his experiences become pivot points for the entire epic of Port William. The old ways are in retreat, modern life is crowding everything in its path, and as Andy looks back many years later, he hears the voices of his elders and friends. This book is as much as perfect introduction to the world of Wendell Berry's Port William saga as it is a continuation for those already familiar with this richly unfolding story.