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Perry’s retinue of family, friends, co-workers, and fellow villagers from rural western Wisconsin are priceless. Their “git ‘er done” and “gunna have to pull ‘er” ethic is classic All-American, a throwback to simpler times, and endearing. I could read Perry forever as he introduces these archetypal prairie dogs. “Irma” is a character I won’t forget.
For three quarters of the book, he teases us with a blossoming new relationship. He writes with an excitement and hopefulness that is as fast moving and fresh as his new found love. But by book’s end, this romance bogs down. We wing through chapters at a month-to-month clip (June’s trip to the dirt track may be the zenith,} until we hit November and December. And The New Year. And PostScripts. The self-deprecating, witty grease monkey wannabe from middle America has turned into an overly wordy philosopher, waxing on matters political, religious, musical, marital and more. The new relationship gets syrupy. His brother-in-law who helps him rebuild the truck, would likely agree: Perry goes on a tad too long and our eyes glaze over.
Still, I’d recommend this, especially to east and west coast urbanites. Like me. We need to know more about the middle, and that our food doesn’t originate magically at the Piggly-Wiggly.