THE TRUEST PLEASURE Returning to the familiar territory of his previous fiction, Morgan (the story collection The Mountains Won't Remember Us, 1992, etc.) offers a slice of turn-of-the-century southern farm life complete with all its joys and considerable monotonies. Ginny begins the narration of her life at its most pivotal momentwhen her widower father takes her to a revival meeting. To her own great surprise, she
Review: The Truest Pleasure After reading this book, I gave my hubby an extra hug and kiss. Life is way too short.
Review: The Truest Pleasure So disappointing after reading Gap Creek. Boring. Very little happened throughout book and then 2nd main character died in the end.
Review: The Truest Pleasure This is a story of a husband and wife and their family in the early 1900's. The married couple has lots of conflict but each has strengths to give the other.
Review: The Truest Pleasure Loved this book!!
Review: The Truest Pleasure I loved this book! Morgan's prose paints such beautiful pictures. Wonderful character development. Time period roughly 100 years ago - how different life was then but how folks haven't really changed... Fascinating.