HEALDSBURG, Calif., November 9, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books Author, Leonard Curry, an attorney who has practiced law in northern California for more than forty-three years, has completed his most recent book "The Irresistibles": a fascinating read about the real-life adventures of The Irresistibles. It is based on actual events about a group of men who have grown as close as brothers from the years they spent meeting and fly-fishing every fall since 1974.
Curry shares, "A friendship between a Sequoia tribal chief and a marine biologist opened up the ancient and bucolic world of the Sequoia River and its people to a group of fishermen from the outside world. Beginning in September 1975 and continuing every fall thereafter, the visitors camped and fished for the magnificent steelhead and salmon of the Sequoia. With powerful influences from their hosts, the tribal chief, and the incredible beauty of the Sequoia River lands, the men bonded unlike any social connection they had known and formed their own tribe. The Irresistibles is the name the men adopted. The forty-five-year memoir has triumph and tragedy, laughter, tears, bawdy behavior, spiritualism, and unexplainable events. A brotherhood like no other was created and lives on in the real-life Irresistibles, whose story comes to life in these pages. It stirs emotions similar to A River Runs Through It and Dances with Wolves."
Published by Fulton Books, Leonard Curry's book strongly reflects the value of perseverance and the power brought by brotherly love. These pages are about real-life journeys, a camp, and a river that took this group of men throughout pain, triumph, tears, laughter, foul language, and great mysteries.
Readers who wish to experience this brilliant work can purchase "The Irresistibles" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books