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It was one of the most interesting and humerous books that I have read in a really long time.
Read Michael Perry's book for the acuity of his perceptions, the deep beauty of his language and the humor and compassion of his stories.
Population: 485 was an interesting novel, and I think that it was a very enjoyable book to read.
Michael Perry hits HOME with ALL of his down-home Charm!! Of course it helps I grew up with him and graduated from the same little town of New Auburn.. he says Nawburn! Read morePublished 28 days ago by Beverly Potter
I gave up on this book. I just didn't like the author's writing style: too meandering and it feels like he's trying too hard to be poetic. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Aurora Grace
A portrait of small-town America and its first-responders by one up to his eyeballs in both. He’s a bone-crushingly good writer. Perry's book has such a big heart. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Richard Gilbert
A quaint tale of small town life, sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking. Collection of essays. The author has returned to his rural hometown where he joins the volunteer fire... Read morePublished 5 months ago by mrsg
I am the author of "Paths Crossed: Villains-Victims-Victors." After a fellow author reviewed my book she suggested I read "Population: 485", saying that Perry does... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Clifton Edwards
sorry not up to your ability. liked previous books on pickup but this one did not keep my interest. refund ?Published 6 months ago by Dave Smith
I am not sure a person would like this book if they had lived in a big cosmopolitan area all their life. I found it a nice read.Published 6 months ago by Darlene Hand
I enjoy Michael Perry's style and humor. Also liked Truck and Coop. He has a talent for making even a small every day event interesting.Published 6 months ago by Diana
Everything went well with my order. Purchased the book to read for a Rural Geography course and am enjoying it.Published 6 months ago by Emma