Bones of My Brother
Read September 7, 2013
I have read a lot of books that brought a tear to my eye, but Bones of My Brother by J. Frank Dunkin actually had me crying in a couple of places. I truly lost myself in this book.
The author’s style of storytelling created a storyline and world that was so real I found it impossible to stop reading. His choice of words and descriptors captivated me and transported me back to the time of my own youth.
You see, I grew up in the south in the fifties and sixties and this book brought back so many memories. The characters and their accents could have been from my childhood.
J. Frank Dunkin did an excellent job of developing his characters and giving them life and personality. They were almost too real and believable. I got so attached to them and their story that I actually cried and laughed out loud along with them.
I really enjoyed Bones of My Brother by J. Frank Dunkin and I highly recommend it to all readers.
[Please note: I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.]