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Finding Luck with Roland McCray (The Adventures of Roland McCray Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Roland is now considerably older than in the first book and the stories are told through the eyes of the teenager. The stories are well written and captivating. Throughout the set of stories, Roland experiences a wide range of emotions from loss to love, all of which are told in a way that the reader can empathize right along with Roland.
The stories are set in the southern United States circa the 1960's as Roland grows up, comes of age and learns valuable life lessons. I didn't grow up in this era or location but the stories are so well told that i can easily relate.
Well done. This book is highly recommended, although I'd suggest Tunnels in the Briar Patch first. While this book does stand on it's own, I think seeing the progression from youth to adolescence was nice.
The stories in this book are compelling. His scene description brings you right into the story. The Wood Duck made me feel like I was going into the woods with Roland each morning.
Some of the stories are hard to take; I cried during A Boy and His Dog. I was excited for Roland while reading Saturday Night at the Drive-in. There is something in here for everyone to relate to I'm sure.
I look forward to following Roland as he continues to grow and Blaine lets us follow him.
The settings are described in such detail they make you feel like you're right there experiencing it for yourself. I think the author does a great job of sucking you in and making you want to know what he is going to experience next. I would highly recommend this book to all age ranges, specifically those wanting to relive their childhood in the wilderness with no cares in the world and only discoveries to make.