BOOK REVIEW – Resolution: Huck Finn’s Greatest Adventure by Andrew Joyce

Miss Tina has excellent taste. Not much more to say and I couldn’t say it better anyway!


book-andrew-resolutionI am a big fan of Andrew Joyce’s work, and I’m here to tell you that he’s done it again! Like the author’s first two books – Redemption and Molly Lee – Resolution: Huck Finn’s Greatest Adventure is packed with excitement, humor, adversarial encounters, treacherous experiences, and yes, exhilarating adventure.

Set in the late eighteen hundreds against the backdrop of the Yukon Territory gold strike, Huck Finn asks Molly Lee to go with him to Alaska.

“I’m not quite sure what will be waiting for us when we get there, but that’s why I want to go; to experience new things, new sensations, in a new land. I want to go to where there isn’t another person for hundreds of miles.”

Little did Huck know that he would soon wish to see a human face – any human face, regardless of persuasion.

************************ Andrew Joyce ************************

Huck and Molly leave…

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2 thoughts on “BOOK REVIEW – Resolution: Huck Finn’s Greatest Adventure by Andrew Joyce

  1. Yes, Miss Tina, I have to admit that she does. Whether because she actually loves me or she fears Cat Scratch Disease is moot. I am Queen of this household and I know that because she has occasionally called me Sheba. Of course, I had to do a little research on that. And now that I think of it, writing about the Queen of Sheba might be a cool short story someday!

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