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  • By Steve Du Bois
    Jul 10, 2015
    Hilarious! J. Kent Preyer wrote a story that seems to begin as drama. With the turn of each page, you’ll find yourself on a ride of satirical comedy. A contemporary, serious issue is turned into comical situations that include a few colorfully, eccentric characters. Although the United States Supreme Court recently made a decision in favor of this issue, emotions still run deep on both sides. Tennessee Wildflowers gives a humorous, yet serious look into this issue. J. Kent Preyer has a great deal of knowledge and knack for in depth description of his characters. They come alive as if you were watching a movie. I’m extremely impressed Kent can take a screenplay he’s written and turn it into a novel. Not only that, but to turn out his first novel with such a sense of professionalism. Perhaps writing novels is his forte. There’s some wonderful lines in the book such as these: ‘Devil’s got my number so I’m screening all my calls’, or ‘No matter how you dress up a skunk it still stinks’.... More > Lines like these tickle your funny bone all throughout the book. I was looking for something to read that would take me on a journey. I had no idea I’d find something with such an irresistible effect. Look for Petrified Ed. He was perhaps my favorite.< Less
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Product Details

First Edition
J. Kent Preyer
January 22, 2015
Hardcover (dust-jacket)
Interior Ink
Black & white
1.24 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
6 wide x 9 tall
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