When Huckleberry Finn runs away with a former slave named Jim from 'civilized' life, they end up in some wild adventures. Some as dark and as deep as the Mississippi River they travel on.
Names change, truth becomes lies, and people arn't who they claim to be. Huck has to face the greatest challenge to choose between fallowing the rules or his heart.
I really liked this book. The one I own is made for children because I got it when I was about ten. It has some very sad moments but can also be hilarious in the way it is written.
I would recommend this book to just about everyone. This kind of satisfied most of my old book needs. Considering it was published in 1886 that means that it is older than 'The Lord of the Rings' by J.R.R. Tolkien. That's OLD.
There is a movie watch the trailer below