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Imagine a town where the people perpetually live in the 1950s, a place where time has all but stopped and where everyone loves his family, job, and life. In this strange place, only a select few people ever leave the city limits and even then, they leave reluctantly. This is what 15-year-old Benjamin Granault faces as, through a string of amazing events, he finds himself living in a town where he can never talk about modern technology or current events, a place where being an outsider can cost a person his life and being part of the community may very well cost more. Follow the adventures of Benjamin Granault in 50sVille, the strangest town Indiana has ever been unaware of.

©2014 Paul A. Ibbetson (P)2014 Paul A. Ibbetson

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  • Donald
  • Colorado Springs, CO, United States
  • 08-17-17

50's living

What did you love best about '50sVille?

I thought the story line was very interesting

What other book might you compare '50sVille to and why?

the exact reversal of the Brendan Fraser movie "Blast from the past"

Any additional comments?

The ending was definitely a cliff hanger

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Great Book!

Would you consider the audio edition of '50sVille to be better than the print version?

Yes

What did you like best about this story?

The nostalgia of the book.

Which character – as performed by Dave Wright – was your favorite?

Benjamin

Who was the most memorable character of '50sVille and why?

Benjamin, he was oblivious but wondered what was going on.