A jaw-dropping young police officer once told me he and his colleagues went to "choir practice" every Wednsday after work. I was looking for religious connections at the time; I took him litterally. I would have devoured this book at that time, but I'm just of the wrong population to appreciate it today.
Sorry, I don't know which genre this would be in. Teens? Self development? Fiction?
I did enjoy being entertained with a minimum of profanity and loads of positive inspiration. Roger Mueller was perfect for this work.
Flannery Conner uncovers some of the ugly culture as a consequence of the unrooted, superstitious people of the American post-war era. The vulnerable bear the brunt of each man 's interpretation what he believes is being freed from perceived evils.
If you or someone you know tends to torturous fantasy, this will keep you glued to the end.
Character performances were outstanding by voices familiar from Bletchley Circle (?). I'm sure I dated Tom at some point.
The first time I listened to this book, I couldn't forget the "everybody should read this book " quality. I gifted the printed version to a sixteen year old foster boy, then realized I didn't remember the details well enough to do random gifting with it. I listened for a second time and was very pleased with the choice. To some young man out there: read it. Please, please read this quirky, wise and wonderful book from your mysterious Santa Lady.
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