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"Reunion" begins and ends with the 45th reunion of a 1960 high-school class. Set in a small town on the southern edge of West Virginia, it deals with usual themes of coming-of-age and high school, as well as the once-in-a-lifetime experience of desegregation and its impact on a group of friends. George's debut novel, written in the first person in an engaging style, probes the relationship, or lack of it, between an emotionally-distant father and his son, who much later in life begins to understand what it means to grow up as the adult child of an alcoholic. The characters are rich and varied, with the very essence of Americana. The book will be inscribed with a personal message of your choice, as well as signed by J.K. George.