A boyhood story of friendship, adventures, choices, and consequences.
“George Simpson is a troubled boy.”
That’s what Jim Pruitt’s father has to say on the matter. George even knows it himself, telling Jim in confidence his soul has been doomed by a rowdy past and turbulent upbringing. But there’s still hope for George. He even has a chain necklace to help save his soul—that is until bully Bill Foster and the Pickett twins get their grubby hands on it.
There’s no river wide enough or bully big enough to keep George from going after his chain. And he won’t mind bringing Jim along for the escapade too. After all, his soul depends on it.