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Read this for my book club. The group was mixed on it- Younger members could not relate to it at all. Older members thought it was very thought provokingPublished 2 months ago by Lynn McAlister
A good read. Fairhope,ala. Made all the more interesting through the story of Henry Stewart.Published 3 months ago by PEGGY HUNT
An outstanding story that is so well-written. Henry Stuart became my best friend! Have made the trip to his house in Fairhope...read it and you'll be a better person at the end!Published 4 months ago by William R. Nation, Jr.
I received a recommendation for this book from a friend. The title was intriguing and I noted the number of 4 and 5 star reviews on the Amazon site. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Writer
Good read . We visit Fair Hope often.
Great place to visit and shop and book made it even better
I really enjoyed the language, style, historical references, poetry and his philosophy on death along with his work ethic. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Faye Green
One of my top ten books. Terrific ode to simplicity. Love the story....even made the trip to see the house, which is still standing, though it's in the middle of a parking lot.Published 12 months ago by spp
Beautiful novel, a true story of a very special man. With terminal cancer diagnosis, Henry Stuart sells his home, buys (sight unseen) a piece of land in Alabama and sets out to... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Procraster