This follow-up to the phenomenally successful Gap Creek transports listeners to the Appalachian Mountains of the 1920s. Two brothers, Muir and Moody are as different as night and day and are always at odds. Muir searches for fulfillment with the church while Moody battles inner demons. Ginny, the boys' mother, struggles to keep the family together amidst their constant bickering. Sally Darling and Tom Stechschulte deftly guide listeners through this moving, inspirational tale with a touching dual narration.
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by Robert Morgan
by Evan S. Connell, James Salter
by Anne McCaffrey
by Michael Morris
by Jack Riggs
by James Redfield
by Suzanne Fisher Staples
by John Steinbeck
by Harold Keith
by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
by Susan Stevens Crummel, Janet Stevens
"Robert Morgan's novel unfolds like the distinctive musical drawl of its Appalachian characters. As the action develops, each syllable adds to the vivid descriptions of the scenery and people of the Carolina mountains. Two brothers, Muir and Moody, are bound by mutual dislike and disrespect. Their mother plays the role of perennial fence-mender, trying to soothe the strife between the two opposites. Narrators Tom Stechschulte and Sally Darling trade performances as the characters take turns at telling their stories, and the result is interesting and oftentimes painful to hear. Like Morgan's GAP CREEK, this title is a story of family and love and the way sparks can fly when people come together. L.B.F. (c) AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine"
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