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The Old Man's Boy Grows Older By Robert Ruark,

  • Title: The Old Man's Boy Grows Older
  • Author: Robert Ruark
  • ISBN: 9780805029741
  • Page: 395
  • Format: Paperback
  • The heartwarming sequel to the best selling The Old Man and the Boy is a moving, nostalgic tale that will transport the reader back to a time when going fishing was not about fish, but the stories told afterward.
    The Old Man s Boy Grows Older The heartwarming sequel to the best selling The Old Man and the Boy is a moving nostalgic tale that will transport the reader back to a time when going fishing was not about fish but the stories tol

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    1. I really, really enjoyed The Old Man and the Boy, and this book is much the same There is a lot here that is very un PC these days, but soundness and simplicity are still at the core I wonder, for all our progress, whether today s kids are really better off than the ones raised in rougher times Don t read this book unless you ve already read The Old Man and the Boy, and don t read either one if you re so thinned skinned or self righteous that you re unable to see the forest for the trees.

    2. The Old Man s Boy Grows Older The Old Man and the Boy 2 by Robert Ruark Holt Paperbacks 1961 Biography This is the sequel to one of my favorites The boy has grown up and is now recounting the lessons learned from the Old Man, who is his grandfather My rating 7 10, finished 1980.

    3. That Robert Ruark learned much from his experience as a big game hunter in Africa, and that he truly appreciated the relationship of the hunter to the hunted, as well as the need and the value of male mentoring The older you get, the you will appreciate his writings.

    4. One of my top five books of all time I have a dog eared copy that I carry when I travel and it has been read in duck blinds, tents and on numerous hunting and fishing trips Looking for a first edition in great shape to add to the bookshelf.

    5. The sequel is rarely as good as the original Worth reading, but Ruark should have stopped while he was ahead.

    6. A follow up to the first Its a little slower reading, as many follow ups are, but has some great short stories.

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