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by Greg Williams

Younger Than Springtime download ebook
Greg Williams
Dutton; First Edition edition (April 1, 1997)
304 pages
1377 kb
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Younger Than Springtime" is a show tune from the 1949 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical South Pacific. It has been widely recorded as a jazz standard. The song is performed in the first act by Lieutenant Cable when he makes love to his adored Liat, to whom he was only recently introduced by her mother Bloody Mary. The song shows that love just happens and does not follow the rules of racial separation prevalent in the United States at that time.

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John Ashe is a fifty-year-old lawyer with all the trappings of success - money, swell home in the leafy suburbs of New York, smart wife, multitalented son - everything but what he wishes for: another turn at the wheel, back to the youth allegedly wasted on the young. His passport to the days of raging hormones, clear eyes, tight skin, and a marathoner's stamina is Elena, the drop-dead gorgeous paralegal he hires, against all the prevailing wisdom at his firm.

In this deft addition to his shelf of novels, Greeley once again shows his knack for combining solid characterizations, folksy prose, a bantamweight sense of history, and understated Catholic morality to make highly entertaining fiction. Publishers Weekly on A Midwinter’s Tale.

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A successful lawyer finds himself rejuvenated by an affair with the gorgeous paralegal he hires, and he gets rid of his old life completely, but his renewed youthfulness disappears when she leaves him and he must ponder aging gracefully
  • Nalmetus
I waited for months to find this book available. I was a seatmate of the author's wife on a flight to Denver, and in the course of the conversation, learned of her husband and his first book due out soon. I figured it would be fun to read it, considering the chance meeting. What a delightful surprise it was! Cant remember when I smiled and laughed more while devouring the chapters of a book. I've since passed it around to family and friends (sorry about the $$$ Greg!) and the response has been "how refreshing" in almost every case! Much to my surprise, men loved it, too! It's a "must read" for everyone over 40!! Which makes me wonder where a 30 year old got the insight and perfect feeling for a middle-aged renaissance. Cant wait for his next offering!
  • Lucam
Is Williams a mind reader or a prophet? While his lite tome was sizzling in suburban salons, those closest to him rode the railfence of curiosity - wondering if he was telling their story... or scripting it. Summers are hot enough in South Carolina; page 85 didn't help matters when frisky flirtation turned ardor turned... the other Letter A. Whether it was suggestion or stimulation, Williams, and those leggy lovelies who adore him, caused a ruckus that not even the ... profs at Clemson could have calculated. Predictive or Prescient, he was killing her softly with his words. Know what I mean?
  • Burirus
I started Greg Williams' book and laughed all the way to the end. The story of a power-lawyer who devolves into a beer-swilling, swaggering frat-boy cum hero is a wonderful satire on the youth culture that runs us ragged. This is a fable as a novel, one written with heart, humor, and a great and subtle appreciation of the madness of our times