Edith Cohn
Tuckitor's Last Swim
March 17, 2019 Comments.. 241
Tuckitor s Last Swim Tuckitor Hatterask had a fierce desire to go for a swim even though a storm was brewing and he knew it wasn t a good idea to go into the water But the forces pulling him toward the ocean were much st

  • Title: Tuckitor's Last Swim
  • Author: Edith Cohn
  • ISBN: 9781466879652
  • Page: 491
  • Format: ebook
  • Tuckitor Hatterask had a fierce desire to go for a swim, even though a storm was brewing and he knew it wasn t a good idea to go into the water But the forces pulling him toward the ocean were much stronger than he ever could had imagined In this companion short story to Spirit s Key, Edith Cohn s debut novel, readers learn how a family on a small southern island came toTuckitor Hatterask had a fierce desire to go for a swim, even though a storm was brewing and he knew it wasn t a good idea to go into the water But the forces pulling him toward the ocean were much stronger than he ever could had imagined In this companion short story to Spirit s Key, Edith Cohn s debut novel, readers learn how a family on a small southern island came to be haunted by hurricanes.

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    1. Marco says:

      Despite being a companion short story to Spirit’s Key, Edith Cohn’s debut novel,this book can be read and enjoyed as a stand-alone story. This is the story of Tuckitor Hatterask and his fierce desire to go for a swim, even though a storm was brewing and he knew it wasn’t a good idea to go into the water. But the forces pulling him toward the ocean are much stronger than he ever could had imagined. An enjoyable short story with eco-friendly themes.

    2. Sarah says:

      I haven't read "Spirit's Key" and this story is a companion piece to that book, so I'm sure I'm missing something. But maybe the book will have greater meaning for me having read the story. A little bit cheesy in the end, but decent overall.

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