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A LAND MORE KIND THAN HOME

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Up beyond Asheville, near where Gunter Mountain falls into Tennessee, evil has come to preach in a house of worship where venomous snakes and other poisons are sacraments.Cash's debut novel explores Faulkner/O'Connor country, a place where folks endure a hard life by clinging to God's truths echoing from hardscrabble churches. With Southern idiom as clear as crystal mountain air, Cash weaves the ... Read full review

Review: A Land More Kind than Home

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com

A stunning debut reminiscent of the beloved novels of John Hart and Tom Franklin, A LAND MORE KIND THAN HOME is a mesmerizing literary thriller about the bond between two brothers and the evil they face in a small western North Carolina town For a curious boy like Jess Hall, growing up in Marshall means trouble when your mother catches you spying on grownups. Adventurous and precocious, Jess is ... Read full review

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A Land More Kind Than Home

User Review  - Henrietta Thornton-Verma - Book Verdict

Snake-handling preachers and bizarre, dysfunctional families are clichés of Southern fiction, but they can still make a great story. Cash's debut novel centers on Jess, a boy who keeps his counsel ... Read full review

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