Eadie T. Pratt sets out on a road trip in search of a new life and ends up in the middle of somewhere she never expected. Start with one independent, urban lesbian who cashes out her life in San Francisco for a secondhand travel trailer and sets off to the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival in search of a new life. Add to this a broken-down '66 Mustang, a bunch of small-town Texas Baptists, a ton of fried food, and a church scandal. Pepper this with a hot love interest and a dash of greed, and what you get is Eadie T. Pratt's road trip gone awry.
What did you like best about The Middle of Somewhere? What did you like least?
I liked the way the family connections were woven together. I didn't like the way Cadence seemed parachuted into the story to let the main character contemplate her next move.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Middle of Somewhere?
Eating of the peaches and figuring out that heifer and pigging were nicknames.
What about Clifford Henderson’s performance did you like?
I thought the pacing and tone were just right.
Was The Middle of Somewhere worth the listening time?
Any additional comments?
are there more stories to come?
This was an enjoyable novel to listen to and the narrator did a very good job.