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Travelin' Man

Travelin Man Tom Mendicino introduced college bound Charlie Beresford and high school baseball hero Kevin KC Conroy in KC At Bat Now KC is trying to find his way if he can just figure out where to look KC has spe

  • Title: Travelin' Man
  • Author: Tom Mendicino
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 279
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tom Mendicino introduced college bound Charlie Beresford and high school baseball hero Kevin KC Conroy in KC, At Bat Now KC is trying to find his way if he can just figure out where to look KC has spent most of his twenty years working his way to the minor leagues One drunken fight in a Spokane gay club, and he s thrown it all away Convinced he can t return to his foTom Mendicino introduced college bound Charlie Beresford and high school baseball hero Kevin KC Conroy in KC, At Bat Now KC is trying to find his way if he can just figure out where to look KC has spent most of his twenty years working his way to the minor leagues One drunken fight in a Spokane gay club, and he s thrown it all away Convinced he can t return to his former coach s devoutly Christian household, KC thumbs his way to Seattle If he s no longer the Mighty KC, destined to have his stats on a Topps trading card, who is he The loser his mother always warned he would be An imposter praying in vain for God to change him Bad luck and a busted nose bring him to Eugene, Oregon, where he finds unlikely friends, work, and even a new purpose But day by day he s gaining something else courage to play from the heart, no matter what the result might be

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      Published :2018-01-12T12:02:50+00:00

    1 thought on “Travelin' Man

    1. 3,5 stars, rounded up to 4 starsI am a big fan of Tom Mendicino's writing. And in spite of the fact that I found the storyline in KC, at Bat stronger and more emotional - of course such things are always very subjective - the writing stayed at the same high level. I try to recollect, if I knew that KC, at Bat was supposed to be the first book of a trilogy when I picked it up. It didn't feel like something incomplete to me. Maybe because I like when my books leave me some space for imagination at [...]

    2. As with KC, at Bat, KC still tugs at my heart.I find this bit from his favourite song so so him:Walks on his ownwith thoughts he can't help thinking Future's abovebut in the past he's slow and sinking Caught a bolt 'a lightnin'.ed the day he let it go Nothingman From Nothingman by Pearl Jam

    3. Wow. Such spare, elegant prose. I love the way Tom Mendicino writes. This is book 2 in a series and I highly recommend them. They're a bit melancholy, not tragic, just a little bleak. Big thanks to Lena for always bringing truly great writing to my attention. youtu/0janfcZ8LUw

    4. Be aware that his story only goes to the 66% mark due to samples from other Mendicino books. The ending felt quite abrupt because I wasn't expecting it yet; I wanted more time with KC! Now it's a long six months until we get the conclusion to this wonderful trilogy with Lonesome Town.

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