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In this reimagined tale, when Jim learns he's to be sold to New Orleans, and separated from his family, he seeks refuge on Jackson Island. Meanwhile, Huck fakes his death to escape his abusive father. Their journey down the Mississippi River begins, with familiar adventures but a fresh focus on Jim's newfound agency and compassion. With Everett's signature humor and insight, "James" promises to be a standout in modern American literature.

James Sale price$28.00


Percival Everett

Percival L. Everett, born in 1956, is an accomplished American writer and a Distinguished Professor of English at the University of Southern California. He has an exceptionally creative mind, having authored 19 books over 22 years. His works span various genres, from farcical Westerns to sharp satires of the publishing industry, children's stories that parody counting books, retellings of Greek myths like Medea and Dionysus, and even a philosophical tract narrated by a four-year-old.