At 16, Ronald Earl is no longer the boy-wonder preacher known to the faithful as Little Texas. But on the tent-revival circuit, his adoring followers still roar and praise his name. When he lays his hands on to heal, the spirit still fills him, and he truly believes that he is an instrument for good in a wicked, treacherous world. But lately he has also felt this sliver, this little sliver...of doubt.
So when a girl in a blue dress is brought to him, nearly lifeless, he lays his hands upon her and feels a jolt shoot through him and into her. And as she smiles into his eyes, it seems that Little Texas has performed yet another miraculous healing. But Ronald Earl - he knows that something is not right. This one is different.
Another small town, another revival, and the same girl appears in that same blue dress. A day later, on the fringe of the believers - a flash of blue. Is she just another of the grateful and devoted? Or is she something else? And is she not following but haunting him?
Welcome, all ye faithful - and otherwise - to a ghost story, a romance, a reckoning. Come one, come all to Days of Little Texas.
If you could sum up Days of Little Texas in three words, what would they be?
Southern, evangelical, creepy.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Days of Little Texas?
The backstory of Little Texas.
What aspect of Luke Daniels’s performance would you have changed?
The southern accent seemed a little over the top.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Neither. However the book was extremely creepy and I chose not to listen at night. :-)
Any additional comments?
Very intriguing story, however the performance with the extreme southern drawl took away a little bit from my overall enjoyment.