Half Sour, Half Sweet

David Brown is a lonely 70 year old man driving into the country to fish in a trout stream behind the house he grew up in. A place he hasn’t seen in a half-century or more. But of course, there’s more to it than that. While fishing, he notices something that he should have found when he was a child, and it opens up a whole new range of regrets to David… and magical opportunity.

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Words: 7,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311875372
About S. A. Barton

S. A. Barton was, up until the end of the summer of '12, one of the legion of retail workers struggling to keep his big dreams alive in an often uncooperative world.

Now... full time author and grad school student. The days are full of writing, for one reason or the other. It's the end of keeping dreams on life support and the beginning of them waking from a coma.

Next project: learning to fly.

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