The Seventh Man
Thanakorn Papan
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A man under thirty needs neighbors and to stop up the current of his life with a long silence is like obstructing a river´┐Żeventually the water either sweeps away the dam or rises over it, and the stronger the dam the more destructive is that final rush to freedom. Vic Gregg was on the danger side of thirty and he lived alone in the mountains all that winter...

The acid loneliness ate into him. To be sure, from boyhood he knew the mountain quiet, the still heights and the solemn echoes, but towards the close of the long isolation the end of each day found him oppressed by a weightier sense of burden; in a few days he would begin to talk to himself.

This is the third book in the Dan Barry series.

Content rating: Everyone

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