Darrell Scott said it best when he said country music sounds tired, but it doesn't sound Haggard, that is has money, but it doesn't have Cash. Well, Bubba is visited by the Ghosts of Music Past, Present, and Yet to Come in a Christmas Carol-style romp guided by legends of song to save Music from Auto-Tune Hell, literally!
Follow Bubba as he tries to save music, gets his butt kicked by a little girl, and duels a demon in a sing-off that would make Charlie Daniels proud as a demon comes to Muscle Shoals and Bubba time-travels with Hank Williams, Sr.!
And after all that, this season three finale ends with a huge revelation about Bubba's family that will leave audiences waiting with bated breath for the beginning of Bubba the Monster Hunter season four!
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The entire season is solid ranking toward the top third of the hundreds of books I own. This season are four novellas with a beginning middle and end rather than a large single novel as was the case with the first two seasons which I rank higher. I just prefer a single large novel over four small novellas but again each is a complete story and very good ones at that.
The way it made me feel. I own zero albums by any of the artist listed in the story but I still felt it at my core.
That he kept Bubba honest. He is at his core a redneck and he could have changed his narration to have him be much more sophisticated than the author intended him to be but he stayed true to the source material.
I don't want to spoil it but I have the same non-relationship that the character has with his family member so that part of the story resonated with me.
As of this date if you haven't bought Season 3 buy that as it contains all four stories for the price of one. I have no regrets about buying the stories individually as I got them much sooner than I would have if I had waited but at this point purchasing individual stories to this season is a bad deal.
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