Night Fisher by R. Kikuo Johnson

Night Fisher turned out to be a brilliant book, in a sense, a gem of its own kind. A fresh and subtle story about kids finishing high school in Hawaii, with all the temptations, insecurities and mistakes of adolescence in the spotlight.

Despite me reading it in an undeserving on-and-off manner, it left an aftertaste of something close to The Catcher in the Rye or Guy-Germanika's School, something I cherish a lot.

I liked it. Even worth re-reading it again in a while, I think. Well done, Hawaiian boy.

 



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