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The Further Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1983)

de Greg Matthews

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Huckleberry Finn and his friend Jim set off for California during the Gold Rush and meet with adventures, and Huck must clear himself of a murder charge.
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Another novel by Greg Matthews that should be a classic and deserves 6 stars. A writer with the cajones to write a sequel to Huckleberry Finn and the talent to pull it off. ( )
  CharlesBoyd | Sep 11, 2010 |
I remember reading this way back when it was first published; I don't remember much about it except that--at the time--I greatly enjoyed it, and thought the writer had done a fair job with Twain's best character. I need to find it and read it again. ( )
  HankIII | Jul 26, 2010 |
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“The true sequel to Twain’s masterpiece.” —The Christian Science Monitor

At the start of this exuberant adventure story, Huck Finn’s life is back to normal in St. Petersburg, Missouri: The Widow Douglas expects him to wear clean clothes and eat with a knife and fork, and Jim now gets paid two dollars a week for the same chores he did as a slave. But when tragedy strikes and Huck is framed for the murder of Judge Thatcher, the two old friends have no choice but to finally “light out for the Territory”—and straight into the chaos of the California Gold Rush.

With tenacious lawman Bulldog Barrett in hot pursuit, Huck and Jim zigzag west, encountering a colorful cast of con artists, vixens, outlaws, and Indians along the way. Huck’s dastardly Pap even makes an appearance, rising from a watery grave to menace his son once again. When the adventurers visit a rowdy San Francisco theater, they find their greatest surprise yet: A popular playwright has dramatized their cross-country odyssey with Huck Finn as the dastardly villain and Tom Sawyer as the noble hero.

A picaresque romp through the Old West and a heartfelt tribute to the greatest of American novels, The Further Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is rip-roaring fun from first page to last.
 
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