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Bookreview.com Sees "Life" as a Cherished Hit
Friday, May 05, 2006  3:37:00 AM

by R. Dean Johnson



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Heather Froeschl of BookReview.com see's Johnson's "Life." as a piece of Southern inspiration and cherished hit as she assigns the book a "must read" standing along with a 4 out of 4 book ranking.


And you are? A product of your parents? A compilation of society? A being filled with hopes and dreams? All that and more, I am sure. R. Dean Johnson examines himself, how he got that way, and even dares to ask his mother who she really is. “Life. Be There At Ten “Til,” is a hilarious, thoughtful collection of homegrown wisdom.

With life lessons on topics such as showing up on time, and doing what you are supposed to do rather than what you want to do, this book is just right for a society that sometimes forgets the simple, yet very important things in life. Johnson’s thoughtful commentary on condolence casseroles, feeling taken care of, realizing his parents need some assistance now and then like all humans, and a special wish list for Santa that means so much more than his childhood dream of spending a year with St. Nick, examines the meaning behind his beliefs, the traditions of his Southern family, and gives readers something vital to think about – the human condition.

His writing is so open and honest that you will feel you are reading the blog of a long lost friend, or the letters of a cousin you grew up with. The stories are simple, yet deep in purpose and reflection of life in America. The book is a feel good read that will have you smiling, thinking back to those sandwich-packing days of your own, and wanting to pick up the phone to call home. This piece of Southern inspiration is a well-written, charming collection that is sure to be a cherished hit.
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