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"Development of the quirky locals in Holly Springs is thin, and the end is a tad abrupt. Most frustratingly, the central drama of the novel falls flat .... Still, Mitford fans will enjoy this newest visit with wise, winsome, lovable Father Tim." - Publishers Weekly.
"The saga veers into magical theater as Karon (Cynthia Coppersmith's Violet Comes to Stay, 2006, etc.) ties up every loose end in Tim's past. But readers who miss Mitford's colorful eccentrics will be satisfied by Holly Springs's ample supply of quirky characters." - Kirkus Reviews.
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Rated of 5
This is a good one
Holly Springs IS my home town, as it must be for all who read the book. We were all there once, then we left the place and entered another world leaving behind the true grit our lives.
I think at some time we all would like to return to seek out what shaped us later on. "Home to Holly Sprins" allows the reader the opportunity to do that.