The Palmetto

Lonely and disillusioned, a young history teacher is swept into a strange party one summer night, meeting some of the oddest people he has ever known. It is the counterculture, which this teacher was only dimly aware existed in this city of the deep South. Feeling an outcast himself, he becomes one of them, and begins a personal journey and several intense relationships, changing his life forever. More

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About Davis Horner

Davis Horner has been a freelance writer for many years as well, as a staff features writer for The Edge, Creative Loafing, The Point, the Travelers Rest Monitor, and other publications. He has published poetry and short stories in regional and national literary journals.

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janetolivia reviewed on on Feb. 10, 2016
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The author has captured the urgency of emotions in those involved in the counterculture of the late sixties in the US -- both joyful and pessimistic. It was a pleasure to read his blending of facts, real people, and the atmosphere I remember. And the fictional characters were easy to care about and to root for. I highly recommend this book to anyone who lived through those days or for those younger folks who are interested in a very pivotal and dynamic time in US history.
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)
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