Across the River Melissa Westemeier s funny heartfelt new novel explores the surprising confluence of grace and redemption in Bassville a quirky fishing town on the Wissipaw River All the locals have a story to tell

  • Title: Across the River
  • Author: Melissa Westemeier
  • ISBN: 9780990828747
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Paperback
  • Melissa Westemeier s funny, heartfelt new novel explores the surprising confluence of grace and redemption in Bassville, a quirky fishing town on the Wissipaw River All the locals have a story to tell in the Bassville Pub, and Mona Butterfield bartender extraordinaire lends a willing ear But when the town divides over a farmer s plan to sell his land to pay for his dauMelissa Westemeier s funny, heartfelt new novel explores the surprising confluence of grace and redemption in Bassville, a quirky fishing town on the Wissipaw River All the locals have a story to tell in the Bassville Pub, and Mona Butterfield bartender extraordinaire lends a willing ear But when the town divides over a farmer s plan to sell his land to pay for his daughter s cancer treatments, life for Mona takes an unexpected turn, and she has to decide where her heart lies in the past with the Bassville she loves or in the future unknown.

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    1. This is an excellent book. It’s set in a small town in Wisconsin, with changes looming. The story is filled with interesting characters, all drawn with depth, humor, and empathy. The author does an excellent job of sketching the rural setting, with the details following as the story unfolds. The characters are engaging and real, and following them as they reflect and grow during the book is so enjoyable. I very much recommend this book.

    2. Melissa Westemeier has a talent of taking common experiences and turning them into books. In Whipped, Not Beaten she did this with a home cooking party business; in Kicks Like a Girl, martial arts played a starring role. Westemeier has done it again, this time with fishing. Of course, Across the River isn't just a book about fishing; it's a look at how different people handle changes in their lives. Small town life isn't as simple as it may seem, but there is humor and love within those challeng [...]

    3. This book reminded me of our small towns.The river, the town, the Characters, names of restaurants,nearby cities and towns all reminded me of Fremont WI. Where the White Bass fishing and Walleye fishing is a ritual . They are descended upon by Chicago fishermen and fishermen from all over , it's amazing. I plan to read the next book in this trilogy . Fun read

    4. A highly enjoyable read! The author deftly weaves the personal growth of the individual characters with that of the small town on the cusp of big changes to create a highly entertaining look at small town life and the folks that call it home.

    5. Across the River is set in a location where I felt complete comfort. A mix of the old and familiar along with the new, which more often than not brings conflict. Enjoyable characters. I truly enjoyed my trip to Bassville.

    6. This novel met my biggest reading need: to get away to a small town with an excellently named river, and meet the people who live there, and enter into their lives. I think my favorite character was Grandma Nancy. This was a fun read.

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