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A song for the road : a novel

by Rayne Lacko.
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"When a tornado destroys his Tulsa home, fifteen-year-old Carter Danforth is trapped in the pawnshop where his father hawked his custom, left-handed Martin guitar six years earlier before taking off, leaving him with nothing but a hankering to pluck strings and enough heartache to sing the blues. Carter's mother, meanwhile, is injured during the storm and winds up in the hospital. She wants Carter to fly out to Reno and stay with her sister, but he's already spent her hidden cash stash to buy his dad's guitar. Rather than tell her the truth, he embarks on an epic road trip in search of his father in California. But Carter isn't a runaway. He reckons he's a "running to." On the road, Carter picks up licks, chord changes, and performance techniques from a quirky cast of southwestern charmers: a rock star, a thief, a bluesman, a chanteuse-turned-chef, and the dream of a girl back home. By the time he reaches the end of old US Route 66, Carter has learned how to deep-fry yucca blossoms--and tell the truth of his life through music."-- Back cover.

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HCPL Galena Park
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HCPL YA Fiction
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34028103046117
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Lacko
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HCPL Katy
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HCPL YA Fiction
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34028103046109
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Lacko
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Tomball Library
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HCPL YA Fiction
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34028103046091
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Lacko
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Publication Year
2019
ISBN
9781684630028
1684630029
Description
239 pages ;