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The Awkward Ozarker: A Curious Tale of Self-Reinvention in a Scantily Settled Land by Blant Hurt (2016-03-22)

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  • By Ed Alexander on May 22, 2016

    An absorbing, delightful read. The author tells his tale of adaptation to the Ozark mountains with an uncanny knack for finding the humor in nearly every situation. His obvious delight at each development will soon be yours as well as you get caught up in finding out what lies around each bend in those twisty mountain roads. Although the ongoing theme is one of Hurt's bewilderment at every turn by all things mechanical, you will soon find that his real gift is the ability to bring out the best in those he encounters. He meets, and eventually solves each potential disaster with disarming charm and self-deprecating wit suitable for every situation. As you read, each chuckle, each silent grin, each occasional misty eye leads to the revelation that you, the unsuspecting reader, are perhaps undergoing your own personal reinvention.

  • By MontanaMum on May 2, 2016

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book. Loved the story from beginning to end and was sad when I realized I was almost done. This gentleman found a cabin in the ozarks and set about embracing the opportunities as they presented. He becomes a friend and is a friend to those that call this area home. He and his wife clearly enjoy each other's company and are creating a life that reflects their journey together. Was left hoping for a sequel.

  • By Kathleen Geeslin on September 8, 2017

    Excellent fun book to read and I can so relate to the beautiful area where it is with so many memories

  • By Guest on June 4, 2016

    Great summer read- A beautifully written tale of an unexpected, eclectic combination of family, friends, and land. Of course, only ALL the land that touches mine! Love, Love!!

  • By Guest on January 11, 2017

    Great read, recommended for all to read, judyfleming

  • By Guest on June 8, 2016

    A thoroughly enjoyable trip to life in the slow lane with a cast of memorable characters makes this fish out of water novel a true gem.

  • By LIBBY DONOHUE on July 26, 2016

    I laughed myself to tears all the way through the book. My wife and I experienced all the same blessings 14 years ago when we purchased 241 acres in rural Randolph County. It will give the author some comfort to know that in a few more years he will become much more proficient and at ease with chain saws, four wheelers and fixing things ...but he will never be as good as the true locals. A well written and thought out book. My wife and I loved it.Jerry Donohue Flatlander from Jonesboro, Arkansas


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