Blue Hill

Blue Hill The summer before his senior year in high school Asa Roth wrecked his motorcycle on a country road He walked away but soon discovered that his life had changed in ways that would be impossible to co

  • Title: Blue Hill
  • Author: Todd R. Tystad
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 342
  • Format: ebook
  • The summer before his senior year in high school, Asa Roth wrecked his motorcycle on a country road He walked away, but soon discovered that his life had changed in ways that would be impossible to comprehend Now, with the help of his brothers, his best friend, and a girl he can t stop thinking about, Asa is trying to understand the person he has become and what it meansThe summer before his senior year in high school, Asa Roth wrecked his motorcycle on a country road He walked away, but soon discovered that his life had changed in ways that would be impossible to comprehend Now, with the help of his brothers, his best friend, and a girl he can t stop thinking about, Asa is trying to understand the person he has become and what it means to have paranormal ability.

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    About "Todd R. Tystad"

    1. Todd R. Tystad

      Todd R Tystad is an author and educator His most recent work includes Blue Hill and Seven Moments in Time He has claimed South Dakota, Nebraska, and California as his home at one time or another.

    885 thoughts on “Blue Hill”

    1. A good, clean, wholesome read. The setting for the story is in and around Blue Hill, SD. (Nope, not a real place. I checked.) But think small town and rolling farmland. It puts you in a calming state of mind for what’s to come.Our protagonist is 17-year old Asa Roth. He lives on a farm outside of Blue Hill with his father and two brothers (he’s the middle brother). Life on the farm seems pretty idyllic: chores, harvesting, dirt bike riding, and when time (or weather) permits, church.One afte [...]


    2. So in all fairness to you, dear review reader, I must tell you that I know the author of this novel. In fact, I am related to Mr. Tystad. He is a first cousin to my mother, so I suppose that makes he and I second cousins. With that, you should know that there is a comfortable level of familiarity with this story. I know it is a work of fiction, but the small town "Blue Hill, SD" is based on a small town that we are both familiar with, I believe. I enjoyed this novel so much because I can picture [...]


    3. Asa Roth is a fictional boy in a fictional town in the midwest. He could just as easily be a real boy in a real farming community in the midwest. As the wife of a farmer I know a lot about living off the land and Mr.Tystad has nailed it. His descriptions of a midwest farming community is spot on - good, honest, hardworking folk who take pride in their farms, are good friends, and worship together on Sunday. I loved the scenes Mr. Tystad created - they transport the reader into a world many hear [...]


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