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Fall River Dreams: A Team's Quest for Glory, A Town's Search for Its Soul

by Bill Reynolds

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0312134916, Paperback)

In this deeply felt, unforgettable book, Bill Reynolds journeys with a high school basketball team through the past and present of an American town. Fall River, Massachusetts, is a once-prosperous industrial center haunted by its history, the Durfee High School basketball team begins its annual drive for a state championship: a quest that inspires and sometimes consumes kids, coaches, families, teachers, and all of Fall River.

Fall River Dreams is the story of one season's quest-a classic book about sports, youth, time, hope, and memory in American today.

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