2015, "First Simon & Schuster hardcover edition, July 2015" stated; Simon & Schuster publishers, New York; hardbound with blue boards and silver lettering on spine; quite good condition with clean unmarked pages - appears unread; photos and illustrations throughout book; dust jacket is quite amazing - great photo of Jimmy Carter and raised lettering; a wonderful book.
At ninety, Jimmy Carter reveals more about his youth in rural Georgia than he described in his magnificent An Hour Before Daylight, which The New Youker called "An Mmerican classic." He writes about racism during his boyhood and the isolation of the Carters during the civil rights struggles. He portrays the brutality of the hazing regimen at Annapolis, how he nearly lost his life twice serving on submarines, and his amazing job interview with Admiral Rickover. He writes movingly about the profound influence his mother had on him and how he admired his father even though he didn't always emulate him...