A young man William from Missouri decides to do some traveling. During his journey he falls in love, loses the girl, faces tragedies, loss, change, and even sickness. The book spans through a couple of decades during the years following the Civil War, told in the narration of William.
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Richard Sharp has always had a way with words. I wasn't surprised at all to find myself laughing out loud at certain parts in the book. Time is the Oven can be read as a stand alone, but it certainly helped that I read his previous book Jacob's Cellar, I can see how the two books compliment one another.
There is a lot contained in this book that will keep you on the edge of your seat. I say keep them coming Richard Sharp. Another 5/5 book in my opinion.
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