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The Homecoming of Samuel Lake by Jenny Wingfield
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Aug 22, 11

bookshelves: fiction, historical-fiicton, southern-fiction, jenny-wingfield
Read in August, 2011

The Homecoming of Samuel Lake is set in 1956 Southern Arkansas, in a farming community like so many in rural areas in the mid-1950’s. Moses family tradition is that every first Sunday in June is set aside for a big family reunion. Nothing gets in the way of their family reunion - no matter what, that reunion is sacrosanct and you are expected to be there if you’re a member of the Moses family. Goodness knows Calla and John Moses’ 100-acre family farm is big enough to hold a lot of family and it’s a good thing since they had five kids who now have kids of their own. Read the rest of my review at http://PopcornReads.com/?p=1510
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