A Piece of the Moon by Chris Fabry // Review

My Review:

Heartfelt southern fiction, about treasure, family, love, faith, and Country radio. 

When an eccentric multi-millionaire buries a treasure in the hill of West Virginia with Scripture based clues, the small town of Emmaus is filled with fortune seekers as local Country radio hosts TD and Waite discuss the latest updates on the search. 

This book follows a handful of diverse characters with their intertwining storylines from TD searching for the treasure to help an old friend, Waite trying to save the station, Pidge raising a teenager, and Clay coming of age and a budding love of radio. I loved the developing relationship between the various characters, over the course of the book. And I was equally invested in each of the storylines, though my favorite character had to be Clay, hands down.  Clay struggles with honest fears, with a wholesome desire to help others. I especially loved his friendship with Waite. 

A well written story that I didn't want to put down, compelling storytelling, masterfully weaving all of the stories together, with touches of humor, quirkiness, as well as an honesty that gives the story a riveting levity. A feel good story, with a satisfying ending, with some fun twists along the way. I enjoyed every minute of this book. Highly recommend!

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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