by Jack SaccoVery entertaining. Having read most of Faulkner's books, which can be very heavy, I never expected the portrait of him as a fun-loving Southern family man that emerged from this book. He was a man who loved adventure and life and was exasperated by literary critics. This book is from the perspective of a small boy sharing adventures with Faulkner and watching his parents party with Faulkner. Only later in life did the boy discover his friend was famous. If you ever read a Faulkner book or if you grew up in the deep South, this is definitely a book for you. If sadly, neither of those are true for you, then still read the book and maybe some of the Southern grace and charm will rub off on you.
|Title||Above the Treetops|
|eBook format||Kindle Edition, (torrent)|
|File size||3.1 Mb|
|Book rating||4.8 (5 votes)