[reviewing] Rightful Places by Amy Hale Auker

I finished reading Rightful Places just a few days after I started it. I found it to be utterly interesting in it’s detail  and honesty of ranch life. It was a quick read.
… Quick to read but not soon forgotten. The beauty of Ms. Auker’s descriptions find a place in your soul and are easily branded into your memory.
The slim book with it’s captivating jacket is now sitting on the table beside my bed. I find myself opening it to a random page and being transported to a different place, entranced by the imagery and delighted by the poetry. This book will not spend much time slotted between other books on a shelf rarely visited … it will keep calling you.

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