27D Street is an entertaining, engaging, and fast read. The stories bring you along in an account of daily escapades of a young boy growing up on a cotton mill village in Georgia. There are echoes of Mark Twain, Lewis Grizzard, Nietzsche, Aristotle, and Jesus in 27D Street. The Ol Devil might be in there as well. Maybe this is why he went down to Georgia. The book will lead you to laugh, cry, blush, laugh and cry again. There is also an umbrella message of community and how it impacts our childhood and maturing.
It is J. Rob Casey’s first publication into the print literary world. I hope it’s not his last. Our world needs remembrances of this time in our country and different perspectives.
I pray this becomes a best seller!
I love you daddy! Thanks Robby!