As the story takes place in Kentucky, 1960's, our author takes us back into time. This is the a great story about a small town with many loveable characters. We begin with being introduced to Virgil and Mavine a couple that own a small garage in a small town. When a new couple buy the lot across the street and move into town to build a fantasy updated gas station, the adventure begins. How will Virgil and his family survive? By the grace of GOD as we learn in this book. The Reverend is new to this town and has to deal with a congregation that not all are adaptable to change. This book will get you attached to the town, the characters and the life they portray. I didn't want this book to end, and I hope Bill will write another book to continue with the town.
I would recommend this book to everyone that wants a wholesome read. It is one of those books you become attached to and will take with you, just in case you have a few moments to keep reading. I wanted to finish, but I also didn't want it to end. This story feels like an old friend that you just sit down with and chat. Loved this book! It was a great book to just relax and get away from everything.
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