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This Cider Still Tastes Funny!: Further Adventures of a Game Warden in Maine
John Ford Sr. returns to the outdoors of Maine with This Cider Still Tastes Funny! Further Adventures of a Game Warden in Maine, his follow-up to the highly popular and critically acclaimed Suddenly, the Cider Didn’t Taste So Good. Ford is a retired Maine game warden, sheriff, and gifted storyteller who carved out a reputation as a man of the law, but one who wasn’t a by-t ...more
Paperback, 247 pages
Published May 6th 2013 by Islandport Press
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As we went around the room in English class I was asked to use two words to describe this book and let me tell you; no two words can describe this book! A single quote however can pretty much sum things up. "There is one memorable thing about law enforcement work: you never know what to expect and when to expect it." It's filled with life lessons from a local game warden, most funny, some sad and others neither, yet they are all very interesting. This is the second book in a coincidental series ...more
I think this book wasn't nearly as good as the first one, but it was OK. John Ford is back, with all new stories of him hunting night hunters, and investigating crimes, and messing up, too! I think this book could have been a little better if he cut off some of the deer poaching stories, because those are usually long and boring stories. But, it was an OK book, and I recommend it to anyone who enjoyed the first one.
I enjoyed this book as much as I did his previous book. This one had less of the comical stories in it but it did have lots of action with night hunters as well as the usual knowledge and advice that John is able to give on the occupations and experiences that he has. Overall I have enjoyed both of John's books and would happily read another if he chose to write one.