"A generally well-written narrative covering the less-frequently chartered years during which Hemingway first displayed flashes of the man he'd become."
Mooers (J.P., 2013, etc.) returns to historical fiction, this time following 19-year-old Ernest Hemingway, who comes home from war and struggles to readjust to life in the civilian world.
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