Monday, July 12, 2010

Boonville by Robert Mailer Anderson (Review)

Boonville: A NovelBoonville: A Novel by Robert Mailer Anderson

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Travel to Boonville with John Gibson & meet all the quirky characters who call the small California town home. John inherits his eccentric Grandmother Sarah's home after her passing away. Looking for a change he decides to move to this town that's known for having it's own odd language. If you're looking for something a little different, something not so mainstream, then I highly suggest giving Boonville a chance! Filled with quirky, eccentric characters, a memorable plot filled with twists & turns, it will surely keep you entertained & laughing along the way. Though I will say it does have some adult behavior in it, so I would not recommend it for anyone underage or those easily offended. That being said Boonville was an entertaining read filled with humor, love, life & choices.

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