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To the Bright and Shining Sun

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun (USA 2014)

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This early novel from bestselling author James Lee Burke is a gritty coming-of-age story about a young Kentucky miner growing up in the Appalachian mountains who's torn between his family life and the lure of the city.

James Lee Burke, a writer who "can touch you in ways few writers can" (The Washington Post) brings his brilliant feel for time and place to this stunning story of Appalachia in the early 1960s. Here, Perry Woodson Hatfield James, a young man torn between family honor and the lure of seedy watering holes, must somehow survive the tempestuous journey from boyhood to manhood and escape the dark and atavistic heritage of the Cumberland Mountains.

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun. Gallery Books, ISBN: 9781476708522 (May, 2014), 254 p., $16.00.

 

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To the Bright and Shining Sun

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun (UK 2012)

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A compelling coming-of-age novel from the award-winning crime writer.
For generations, Perry James' family has lived under the shadow of the Cumberland range and worked in the coal mines. Staunch union supporters, Perry's grandfather and father have known hard times and after Perry helps to sabotage the mine to keep the 'scabs' out, things look bleaker than ever.

To escape from the cycle of poverty, Perry signs up with the Jobs Corps, where they begin to teach him how to read and write, as well as train him in a skilled trade. But Perry is torn between family honour and the lure of seedy beer joints where he can drink and escape the dark and atavistic heritage of the Cumberland Mountains.

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun. Orion Books, ISBN: 9781409109624 (December, 2012), 260 p., £8.99.

 

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To the Bright and Shining Sun

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun (UK 2010)

From the Publisher:
A compelling coming-of-age novel from the award-winning crime writer.
For generations, Perry James' family has lived under the shadow of the Cumberland range and worked in the coal mines. Staunch union supporters, Perry's grandfather and father have known hard times and after Perry helps to sabotage the mine to keep the 'scabs' out, things look bleaker than ever.

To escape from the cycle of poverty, Perry signs up with the Jobs Corps, where they begin to teach him how to read and write, as well as train him in a skilled trade. But Perry is torn between family honour and the lure of seedy beer joints where he can drink and escape the dark and atavistic heritage of the Cumberland Mountains.

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun. Orion eBook, ISBN: 9781409132936 (November, 2010), 619 KB (ca. 273 p.), £5.99.

 

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To the Bright and Shining Sun

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun (USA 2010)

From the Publisher:
This early novel from bestselling author James Lee Burke is a gritty coming-of-age story about a young Kentucky miner growing up in the Appalachian mountains who's torn between his family life and the lure of the city.

James Lee Burke, a writer who "can touch you in ways few writers can" (The Washington Post) brings his brilliant feel for time and place to this stunning story of Appalachia in the early 1960s. Here, Perry Woodson Hatfield James, a young man torn between family honor and the lure of seedy watering holes, must somehow survive the tempestuous journey from boyhood to manhood and escape the dark and atavistic heritage of the Cumberland Mountains.

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun. Pocket Books eBook, ISBN: 9781451620788 (August, 2010), 2669 KB (ca. 273 p.), $7.99.

 

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To the Bright and Shining Sun

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun (UK 2003)

From the Publisher:
For generations, Perry James' family has lived under the shadow of the Cumberland range and worked in the coal mines. Staunch union supporters, Perry's grandfather and father have known hard times and after Perry helps to sabotage the mine to keep the 'scabs' out, things look bleaker than ever.

To escape from the cycle of poverty, Perry signs up with the Jobs Corps, where they begin to teach him how to read and write, as well as train him in a skilled trade. But Perry is torn between family honour and the lure of seedy beer joints where he can drink and escape the dark and atavistic heritage of the Cumberland Mountains.

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun. Orion Books, ISBN: 0752842684 (July, 2003), 260 p., £6.99.

 

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To the Bright and Shining Sun

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun (USA 2000)

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Not only is Perry Woodson Hatfield James the "heir" to the legacies of the James brothers and the feuding Hatfield clan. He is coming of age in the despair-sodden world of moonshine whiskey in eastern Kentucky's mining country in the early 1960s. The mine onwners and the union are at war, the striking miners and the company scabs are at war, and Perry must somehow survive. At sixteen years old, Perry sets himself three tasks: avenge his father's murder, improve his and his family's lot, and escape to Cincinnati to find a "high-paying" job. But conditions in the hollows, his fellow miners, and his own anger and despair make for formidable obstacles. With the lure of seedy "watering holes" beckoning him, Perry must navigate the tempestuous journey from boyhood to manhood.

James Lee Burke: To the Bright and Shining Sun. Hyperion Books, ISBN: 0786889683 (October, 2000), 241 p., $6.50.

 

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