All the Dark Places Author:J.Allan Bosworth In winter, though the sky might be brilliantly clear, dark-born mist shadowed the entrance to the cave. But during the hot days of July there was nothing in the mountain's slope to set it apart from the rest of the Appalachians. Even so, there was something about the place that made Peter Torin uneasy. Perhaps it was because Preacher's End wa... more »s bigger than most caves in the area and in some way almost alive. And perhaps it was the story of how the cave got its name-the story of the circuit-riding preacher who one day disappeared when he and his horse fell seventy-five feet to their deaths below the cave's entrance.
But the cave was an irresistable challenge to Peter, and he was brave enough-or foolhardy enough-to enter its dark, silent depths alone. Here is an immensely powerful story of physical and moral courage played out against the background of a cave that becomes to Peter Torin an almost human adversary.
Book in fairly good condition. Wear on edges and corners. An ex-school library copy. Only just beginning to show a hint of yellowing.« less