"Vivian's Song" will catch you by surprise.Even with the extra character information, the book maintained a steady pace and kept me interested through the whole story. "Vivian's Song" will leave you intrigued and amused.Reader Views by Marty ShawVivian's Song shows what happens when culture wars take on a life of their own and how quickly people forget to "love their neighbor." While the first 1/2 of Vivian's Song is a bit slow, the second 1/2 picks up nicely and makes for a good tale of goodhearted people dealing with bigotry in a small town.Feathered Quill Review, Holly ConnorsOverall, I found "Vivian's Song" to be an interesting read and I can definitely see and understand the message within. Rebecca's Reads, Charline Ratcliff
About the Author
Tom Pointer graduated from Saint Edward’s University with a bachelor of arts. He lives in a 600-square-foot house in the thriving, creative metropolis of Austin, Texas. One of his favorite activities is cycling the hike-and-bike trail around the city’s Lady Bird Lake.