HomecomingDress-up days, the bonfire and pep rally, the parade, the royalty, the alumni, and, most of all, the game---all of the pageantry and hoopla connected with a high school Homecoming provides the background for Mick Peterson?s second novel Homecoming, a continuation of the'story begun in Once a Coach. After that thrilling opening win against Valley Forge, the Hillsdale Hillmen have struggled, losing two of their last three games and in danger of the missing the'state playoffs. Their suspended coach Ben Reynolds is also having his own personal troubles, trying to deal with the fact that he must serve his punishment handed down by the'state and remain on the'sidelines, not being able to help. Othe's in Hillsdale are also experiencing difficulties, specifically members of the football team and cheerleading squad, while the'school tries to use the momentum of the week?s festivities to regain the edge that Hillsdale has always been noted for. However, it's a mystery man from Hillsdale?s past needing his own Homecoming experience who emerges as a Good Samaritan, giving all of the Hillmen a chance to straighten matters out.Cover design by Anthony Easton
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September 04, 2008
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