The Law of the Jungle: A Tale of Loss and Woe (Paperback)

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This fifth installment of the Jeff Greenaway novella series finds our eleven-year-old hero shipped off from Manhattan for the summer (as usual) to Camp Timahoe, near the town of Lost Indian, Vermont, in the summer of 1963. All seems normal at first with Ahab the Arab playing all over the radio. But the camp seems to be mysteriously going to pieces. One by one, the counselors have disappeared until none are left... and the boys are on their own....

About the Author

James Howard Kunstler is best known for his non-fiction works, "The Geography of Nowhere," "The Long Emergency," "Too Much Magic," as well as the four-book "World Made By Hand" novel series set in a post economic collapse American future. He has published more than twenty books altogether. His twice-weekly blog, "Clusterfuck Nation" is published Mondays and Fridays at The Jeff Greenaway series comprises six comedic novellas about a boy growing up in Manhattan circa 1962-63. "The Law of the Jungle" has not been published anywhere before.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781987706246
ISBN-10: 1987706242
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: June 4th, 2018
Pages: 58
Language: English

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