Mark Twain's Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer Among the Indians

Continued by Bob Hammer With Some Original Poetry

by Bob Hammer; Gerard Baker


Formats

Softcover
$20.00
Softcover
$20.00

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/14/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 162
ISBN : 9781425140144

About the Book

A student and great admirer of Mark Twain, Bob Hammer doesn’t profess to equal his hero’s writing prowess, much to Mr. Hammer’s credit. He simply and wisely chooses to follow the path already set forth by the original book, and he succeeds in doing just that.

Bob Hammer’s writing is faithful to the original, with expression and clarity. Readers will continue to enjoy the adventures of the young characters Huck and Tom as they journey homeward and meet new characters, like the white man Cedric who lives with the Indians, and attending Indian celebrations. They are also able to play one final, avenging trick on the duke and the king, bringing the storey full cycle.

Highly recommended for its unique aspect, not to mention its pure enjoyment, this book is a must read on everyone’s list.


About the Author

Bob Hammer was born in Ruthvin, Iowa, and after serving in World War II, he finished his schooling in Minot, North Dakota. He served as a machine gun section sergeant in the 90th Division until he transferred to the Army Air Corps and flew out of Italy with the 455th Bomb Group on a B-24. The plane was shot down twice in 1944-45 and the crew was held in prison for a time.

He completed his education and served as an educator for three decades and enjoyed the hunting and fishing in the great state of Montana. He served as a part-time locksmith upon retirement and nearly full-time ?golf?. He and his wife, Carol (deceased) raised five children in their 48 and one half hears of marriage. Both were lay ministers in their church.

The biography of Mark Twain is well known. Bob Hammer, Twain’s posthumous collaborator, has written poetry, newspaper articles, journal letters, and many stories over the years.