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Joe and Booger Odom: A Christian Novel of Brotherly Reconciliation by Terry Barnes (2014-08-20)

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  • By matthew simmons on October 20, 2014

    This is an entertaining book. After the first few chapters, which introduce the characters, it takes off. There are two sets of brothers, one set want to see each other, one set does not. There is suspense, mystery, and "Brotherly Love." Set in the mountains of North Carolina, during the end of Civil War, it is about some mountain dwellers who are almost unaffected by the war. This is a book that anyone of any age can read. I would recommend this fun read to anybody who likes a good story. I am also encouraging the author to write more, if he has time.

  • By Diane Wells on April 4, 2016

    Enjoyed reading "Joe and Booger Odom" a very good book. I grew up in Boone and the names and places were very familiar.We need more books like it.

  • By Terry Barnes on December 5, 2014

    Highly recommend the book, especially if you have roots in the Appalachia mountains. First four chapters introduce the characters and set the stage for a fast hard to put down story of the struggle Joe has trying to be reconciled with his brother.

  • By Ashley O'Neal Starnes on December 21, 2014

    Fascinating book exploring Appalachian culture in the 1860s and how faith clashed with mountain customs. Excellent read for fans of "Cold Mountain" and "Little House on the Prairie."

  • By Guest on August 5, 2017

    Terry BARNES has captured the lifestyle of people in the mountains of an earlier time. It's a story that will grab you and hold you from the first page to the last. Very well written. Melvin Lambe

  • By John O. Hawkins on February 18, 2016

    Barnes tells a good story. He captures the essence of the Appalachian Mountain people in their simplicity without making them look like buffoons. An interesting read.

  • By AKluttz on March 19, 2016

    This book is the best that I've read in a very long time! PLEASE write another one!!!

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