Tales from a Far Off Place Called Home

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Tales from a Far Off Place Called Home
by D. E. Hendrix

Growing up in Hickshaw has not been easy for Mave and Shirley. In a town with long-standing traditions and ideals, it is best to follow than rebel. In the place they called home, at least they always had their friendship. As unexpected challenges arise and come their way, will their friendship and relationships be able to survive the small-town world?

As they travel on their journey, the two young women will find just how far they have to travel to find a true home of their own.

About the Author:

Growing up in a military family, D. E. Hendrix has traveled far and wide. She now makes her own home in Niceville, Florida. She graduated from the University of Florida with degrees in English, Journalism, and Communication. Currently she works with disabled students and teaches composition at Gulf Coast State College.

Tales from a Far Off Place Called Home was inspired by Hendrixs own emotional journeys. While she has grown by her experiences, she knows she has stayed committed to her morals and values.

(2015, Paperback, 214 pages)


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    Posted by The Reader on Dec 17th 2017

    I think the book is a good book, even with some of the flaws. It's not a book that draws on the usual ploys of sex and violence. Some might find the topic of love and marriage quite boring. However, this book gives a quite insightful, alternative glimpse into the whole concept of what is to love and be loved. Interestingly, the books also touches upon themes related to personal development and growth and returning to the same place, which is always good. Technically, the writing is between average and good. The dialogue is excellent because it gives the readers a sense of who these characters are, but in terms of description, the readers have to fill in a lot for themselves. Overall, the book is a good go-to for anyone in a women's literature class or just thirsting for a short read.