I've been an avid reader now for 65 years, but over the past decade I found myself purchasing more books from foreign authors many living in the UK or USA, as their books had more depth. I Saw this book for free and with high ratings (although that doesn't always mean anything) and thought why not. This is a book that has no story line. We could call it a romance, but in fact it only becomes romantic towards the end of the book. This is a writer that likes people, the characters he brings to life, they range from new borns to the elderly, are all cameos. Descriptions are brief but original, so that you find yourself picturing the scene, instead of skipping pages bored. The humour is dry, which will bring a smile to your face. I see from the comments readers said it was easy to read. I agree, but don't skim through it because the writer also has messages there for all of us. I saw other comments relating to how enjoyable it was to read a book about good people. This book is about ordinary people, the ones we meet everyday through our lives, simple folk, and what makes their lives worth living. This story also bridges the age gap from late teens to pensioners. Don't stop writing Mr Walls, you have a gift, so please use it so we that we may all enjoy your next novel.