Me and Jasper and the Summer of 86

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What a fun read this was Two eleven year old boys, living in rural Appalachia in the 1980 s, forge a friendship revolving around G.I Joes, comic books and, most importantly, Fangoria Magazine But things turn dark in the summer of 1986, when the two embark on a hunt for the legendary Boone Creek Banshee Saylor captures perfectly the speech patterns and pre occupations of pre adolescent boys living in this rural community In addition, the tale is woven with humor as well as horror and Saylor intersperses pertinent social commentary throughout.I understand from the book s description that this was just the first taste of a greater novel, ADVENTURES IN TERROR WITH JASPER BOHANON one of the two boys due out later this y
The author digs deeply into the myths of the South and unearths a child s encounter with a banshee of Irish legend.I gave this story five stars because it reminds me so vividly of tales told late at night in the rural south where I was raised The cadence in the dialogue is much what I remember from that time before we were al