Summer Fire

In this important work Thayer traces the confrontation of Owe, an unusually devout sixteen year old Mormon boy, with a usually hostile spiritual environment, and achieves, en route to Owen’s humanizing, a refreshing human universality and reaffirmation of life and the necessity of ‘opposition in all things’–all without lapsing into the didacticism which has so often plagued Mormon fiction.

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