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Ever since he was a little boy, Jimmy has been coming to the playground. His friends come and go through the years, but the little boy in the red sweater is always there waiting for him, digging in the sand.

But as the years go on, Jimmy can't help but notice that the little boy never ages. He can't leave, the boy says... not until he finds his bones.

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Paperback, First Edition, 100 pages
Published August 2016 by Aurohn Press
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Elena Alvarez Dosil
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I was offered a copy of this book in audio format from the narrator in exchange for an honest review.

It seems the boy in the red sweater has always been at the playground; before Jimmy was born, during his childhood and when he became a grownup. The mysterious red boy, who knows the future and is incessantly looking for bones in the ground.

This book seems composed by short stories, being each one a stage in Jimmy's life. Seas
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As a child, T.M. Camp spent most of his time in a dreamworld. These days, he spends most of his time trying to get other people to join him there.

He is the author of the novels "Assam & Darjeeling", "Matters of Mortology", "The Cradle", and "The Red Boy".

T.M. lives in Michigan with his excellent, lovely wife and an indeterminate number of cats and children of variable age and intelligence.

In all o
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