Franky Furbo by William Wharton – book cover, description, publication history. During WW II, a dying American soldier, William Wiley, and his German captor, Wilhelm Klug, are miraculously rescued by a fox endowed with extraordinary. Yes, Franky Furbo exists, and his identity finally is so triumphant that you are flooded, as if by a tepid New Age shower, with a Saturday Evening.
|Published (Last):||22 January 2017|
|PDF File Size:||5.9 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||17.94 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
It’s an unhappy thing to see. The imagination in this book is quite amazing.
Franky Furbo : William Wharton :
Wiley, it furo out, really cranky he’s had this strange encounter, despite the scoffings of psychiatrists and much more gently even of his own wife. Jan 31, Tkmoon rated it really liked it. A Father’s True Story, in which he recounts the incidents leading up to the accident, his family’s subsequent grief, and the three years he devoted to pursuing redress in the Oregon court system for the field-burning that caused the accident.
Refresh and try again.
Doesn’t really matter, but largely responsible for my long standing love of foxes. It is worth to be noted that he gained an enormous and very hard to be explained popularity in Poland, which was followed by many editions as well as meetings and, eventually, some works prepared and edited only in Polish.
No trivia or quizzes yet. Anna rated it liked it Mar 19, Umm one word ‘weird’!!!
InWharton’s daughter, Kate; his son-in-law, Bert; and their two children, two-year-old Dayiel and eight-month-old Mia, were killed in a horrific car motor vehicle accident near Albany, Oregon, that was caused by the smoke generated by grass-burning on nearby ffranky. I don’t get it – this book has received some really good reviews telling how life changing this read was. The book centres around a wounded American soldier who was found wounded, along with frxnky German counterpart, by a magical talking fox named Franky Furbo.
The last time I read a book this strange it was Birdy by William Wharton! Tom Tanguay and my mother.
FRANKY FURBO by William Wharton | Kirkus Reviews
Another masterpiece of Wharton’s imagination and literary genius; beauty in every word; suprising characters. It’s one of the weirdest books I’ve ever read, still I couldn’t put it down. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Return to Book Page.
Wharton died on October 29, of an infection firbo contracted while being hospitalized for blood-pressure problems. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Wharton was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
William spends the rest of his life having faith in his experiences with Franky and is then devestated to find out that his wife and son never believed his stories. They should put this book in the school programs. Magda added it Apr 08, I don’t feel badly about this book, I don’t think I’d be running to tell people to read it though.
This is one of the books that wouldn’t let me breathe. Rali rated it it was amazing Jan 16, Jul 05, Calahtenney rated it it was amazing.
Wharton’s decline as an curbo writer seems to throw him only toward wilder speculations, sillier scenarios. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. Published first published January 1st Kim Serene rated it liked it Mar 21,