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And apathy might also be to blame for his friend’s daring and final betFollow the main character Henry as he struggles with his sanity and wonders if his friend’s fatal bet was really a stunt to gain attention or an escape through.

deadlight mobile Deadlight eBookAnd apathy might also be to blame for his friend’s daring and final betFollow the main character Henry as he struggles with his sanity and wonders if his friend’s fatal bet was really a stunt to gain attention or an escape through.

❴Read❵ ➵ Deadlight Author Lasher Lane – Chickenshedcafe.uk Set in 1968 the story’s haunted narrator wonders if the 200 foot cliffs that serve as a backdrop for his tiny waterfront town depriving it of sunlight each day and seemingly holding its inhabitants Set in 1968 the story’s haunted narrator wonders if the 200 foot cliffs that serve as a backdrop for his tiny waterfront town depriving it of sunlight each day and seemingly holding its inhabitants under a spell of alcohol addiction.

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6 thoughts on “Deadlight

  1. S.R. Mallery S.R. Mallery says:

    PDF/EPUB Lasher Lane ô Deadlight Kindle à ô deadlight mobile, Deadlight eBookEvery once in a while a book comes along that in its own uiet way is not only beautifully written it is also thought provoking historically informative and touches your heart That book is most certainly Lasher Lane’s Deadlight More than a simple coming of age story set in 1968 the author using a vivid almost poetic style begins with the troubled main character Henry From there comes a fascinating historical account of the Pleasant Valley area nestled along the New Jersey Hudson River shoreline as well as the unfair reputation it has alwa


  2. P.J. Cadavori P.J. Cadavori says:

    PDF/EPUB Lasher Lane ô Deadlight Kindle à ô deadlight mobile, Deadlight eBookI found an instant affinity with this book I was living in rural Indiana in 1968 and found in Deadlight a deep recollection of the Vietnam war the drug culture of the 60s and the coming of age of AmericaBut yet this book is so much It deals in uiet sympathy with the hopeless yearnings of those stranded in out of the way places; of the building and subseuent sudden loss of friendships and family; and the inability of established religion to give support and strength to essentially lonely lives and describes the man made pillars like alcohol which provide a replacement It also deals with great sensitivity with the unexpl


  3. Kyle Janison Kyle Janison says:

    PDF/EPUB Lasher Lane ô Deadlight Kindle à ô deadlight mobile, Deadlight eBookThough told as a coming of age story the metaphor of disappearance and its ghostly shapes runs deep in Deadlight Set in the shadow of a towering western cliff that leaves the tiny village of Edgewater in darkness for three additional hours each day the novel tells the story of a young man who keeps encountering the ghost of a classmate that died after jumping from a bridge on a dare And as with the main character's deceased classmate all of his friends metaphorically are disappearing too as they head off in their own directions to college in the big city to the hippie scene in California to the war in Vietnam and even to the Hudson Rivers' fatal waters Deadlight is great literary read and deftly handled


  4. Patrick Patrick says:

    PDF/EPUB Lasher Lane ô Deadlight Kindle à ô deadlight mobile, Deadlight eBookThis book is written as a fictional memoir I was uite taken with the plot line and descriptions from page one Lane has a solid grasp of the material and a uniue voice The POV is that of a teenage boy living in Pleasant Valley Edgewater NJ during the turbulent times of the 1960's The author interweaves history legends and coming of age angst around a ghost story This book has it all I would recommend it to anyone interested in protagonists who are watched by someone who had just made a plunge into the Hudson River from the George Washington Bridge I'm still shivering


  5. Rob Bignell Rob Bignell says:

    PDF/EPUB Lasher Lane ô Deadlight Kindle à ô deadlight mobile, Deadlight eBookThis book is a great coming of age story for the late 196os that still resonates today Many of the same issues that teens and communities deal with in the 2010s are seen through the historical lens of the town and era presented in this fine novel


  6. Greg F. Greg F. says:

    PDF/EPUB Lasher Lane ô Deadlight Kindle à ô deadlight mobile, Deadlight eBookLasher Lane’s debut novel “Deadlight” scored big points with me First there’s the eerie setting of a seaside town that thanks to high cliffs actually receives two to three hours less sunlight per day Then there’s the intriguing cast of characters ranging from the narrator who’s discovering what being an adult means to the mentally challenged brother he watches out for to the Beta Chi guy turned hippie to the neighbor widow who worships John F Kennedy Finally there’s the plot the teens hiding their involvement in a c


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