- File Size: 770 KB
- Print Length: 715 pages
- Publication Date: October 30, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0771VCT72
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #323,387 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In Bucky and the Lukefahr Ladies: Walking the Labyrinth, Ms. Gilmore shares her vivid imagination and adds heaping doses of science, local lore, fantasy, and a seriously addicting plot. I learned some new-to-me science and history facts, plus some quite interesting information about the area where I grew up.
This is an engaging read that makes me hope that Ms. Gilmore is well into her second book about the escapades of Bucky and her Lukefahr ladies!
This first novel is a wonderful weaving of story, characters, and history. It is also appropriate for younger readers as well.
The only disappointment is that it's over. Can't wait for a sequel! <3
Absolutely fantastic mesmerizing first book, Ms. Gilmore.
Review from my 11 year old daughter who just finished reading it:. The book was page turning, and at times, very unpredictable. There were some...mature?.. parts to it, but I would recommend it to anyone able to read it. There were also some confusing parts, but by rereading it I could easily find which part I skipped over so it made sense. Overall I would say it's a very amazing book, filled with mystery, suspense, and love.
The writing itself is good, descriptive without being instructive; there are a couple of editing mistakes, and Ms. Gilmore could use a better proofreader, but the mistakes are not to the point of annoyance, I just am picky like that.
If you want sex and body parts, that's not here; if you want a book full of good, try this one.
Everything about this book was real and engaging. Bucky is someone we'd all like to know, her father acted as we would and the townspeople from church women to the evangelical preacher were all people we know and have to deal with. When you are done you will feel like you visited this small town in Missouri, participated in the mysterious prayer walked, dreamed the weird dreams, and will want more.
Great read. So stop reading this review and get into Turn Back!