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  • ISBN 031215075X
  • ISBN13 978-0312150754
  • Language English
  • Author Laura Watt
  • Publisher St. Martin's Press; First Edition edition (December 15, 1996)
  • Pages 247
  • Formats lrf doc docx lrf
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory United States
  • Size ePub 1512 kb
  • Size Fb2 1654 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 365

Looking for a new start after being released from prison, country music lover Webb Pritchard ends up in Colorado playing at a bluegrass festival, where his new enchanted banjo suddenly sends him back to 1951 and he finds himself face-to-face with the legendary Hank Williams

She was writing stories by age nine, and her first Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Laura Watt fell for the Beatles when their records first hit American shores.

She was writing stories by age nine, and her first Born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Laura Watt fell for the Beatles when their records first hit American shores. Sneaking her older sister's albums, she played them and played them until they wore out. Then she bought their singles with her own allowance, and began collecting 16 Magazine, which was chock-full of Everything Beatle.

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St. Martin's Griffin. Praise for Carry Me Back. An amiable first novel. Watt smoothly weaves the episodes of the past into the contemporary plot. St. The well-referenced historical background rings true, and the overall result satisfies. Laura Watt is the author of the novel Carry Me Back. She also wrote Yours Truly, the Queen.

In the tradition of Jack Finney's Time and Again, this debut novel follows one man back in time, this time to revisit the glory days of country music and take a few hard-earned lessons with the King himselfHank Williams.

Carry Me Back - Laura Watt.

In the tradition of Jack Finney's Time and Again, Laura Watt's debut novel Carry Me Back follows one man back in time, this time to revisit the glory days of country music and take a few hard-earned lessons with the King himself-Hank Williams. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Publisher: Macmillan PublishersReleased: Oct 7, 2014ISBN: 9781466882782Format: book. Carry Me Back - Laura Watt.

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Looking for a new start after being released from prison, country music lover Webb Pritchard ends up in Colorado playing at a bluegrass festival, where his new enchanted banjo suddenly sends him back to 1951 and he finds himself face-to-face with the legendary Hank Williams.

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The book was written in a lovely happy friendly style which was a joy to read on holiday Great read! I was a fan of the Bay City Rollers back in the 70's. Great music and great times! Well.

The book was written in a lovely happy friendly style which was a joy to read on holiday. It didn't really matter that I was a fan of a different group,I identified with so much of the story. The reference to your parents and in particular Frankie Vaughan at the end really touched a nerve as my late Mum was huge. Great read! I was a fan of the Bay City Rollers back in the 70's.

40 Watt Sun. Album The Inside Room. And as I touch the sky, I feel the space I've left behind So carry me back home Out on my own, I, like in a living dream And all the lights of London are like a million reproachful eyes Tomorrow I'll be walking a different city, beneath a different sky. Carry Me Home Lyrics. And what would I not say If we were in that room again If only for one lifetime You would take me in your tiny hand, to a place where I know that I can find you; To a place, where everything I've done and I've done has gone away If just to show me something I don't know.

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Beardana
This was an interesting read, especially the 'back half' of the story. Took me a little time to get fully on track as to where this might go. Lots of character development early on with the hero, which was fine but lengthy. Once Webb started his 'time traveling', the story became rich with imagery and I got quite engrossed. The descriptions of the hardscrabble life of a country and western musician traveling and playing with Hank Williams were certainly something you don't read everyday. Webb's mission to play the Ryman was an interesting take on an historic place and time. Having visited there a few years ago, I think Ms Watt captures the atmosphere of the place very well. Throughout, her prose is humorous, colloquial and enjoyable. This was an excellent first effort and I look forward to reading her second book.
Puchock
This is an unusual and fascinating story that has a charm all its own. The "hero" of the tale slips back and in time and forward in a manner that drives the story forward. This is one of those tales where you cannot guess what's coming and is all the more entertaining because of the readers hunger to know what happens. I really enjoyed it.