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Reminiscent of the stories and styles of Harper Lee, Sue Monk Kidd, and Jan Karon, Pam Webber's The Wiregrass is an extraordinary tale about a magical time in an ordinary place full of lovable and unlovable characters. Infused with laughter, tears, love, loss, and hope, the story follows 14-year-old cousins Nettie, J.D., Eric, and Sam as they navigate the summer of their discontent, struggle with the physical and emotional turbulence of puberty and disappearing childhood, feel the excitement of first love, and run for their lives after they uncover an evil secret hidden in the shadows of the small town they love. Their story promises to stay with you a lifetime.

©2015 Pam Webber (P)2016 Tantor

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Loved this Book!

I laughed & cried through the hard copy & enjoyed it so much I wanted to share it with my non-reader friend. I tricked him into listening to the Audible version while on a long road trip & he was also hooked! The narrator did a great job of capturing the many voices. The story is so wonderfully woven, the characters as real as my family & friends. Webber understands children, she understands small towns & she understands Southerners. As other reviewers have said about The Wiregrass, as I read it, I was reminded of To Kill A Mockingbird: funny story, seriously important topic. I hope that this book helps to open eyes to the oppressed & abused.
I truly hope this book is turned into a screen play for a movie. I will be first in line to see it!!
Congratulations, Pam Webber, on a great novel. I’m looking forward to your next one!

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Very interesting read

This story took me back to another time, where life was simpler. It was easy took stay focused and the plot was great.