Book: The old man and the girl by Gary M. Martincategories: Book, Revival, Loss of Faith, Automobile Accident, Good Samaritan, Cancer, Love, Lonliness, Forgiveness, Persistence, Hope, Belief, Family, Inspirational Fiction
Gary M. Martinabout this book: Buck Satin often sits on his front porch swing watching the cars pass by his house. He is alone, angry and bitter. When a young girl comes to his porch to invite him to a revival it angers him and he promptly demands that the girl leave his property. He is not ready for church or God. He gave up on God a long time ago because it seemed that God had given up on him.
The girl returns the next day. This time she only wants to cut his grass. That makes him mad because she seems to imply that he is too old to do it himself. Because the girl is a pest he allows her to cut his lawn this one time.
This is the story of a bitter old man and an innocent young girl who won't give up on him.
Reviews from Amazon: A heartwarming read between a young girl and a bitter old man. Emily managed to get through to Buck and they formed an unusual relationship.
Reviews from Amazon: Read this book! It's will awaken emotions and thoughts which only a few gifted authors are able to do.
Review from Amazon: Good plot, good characters, good message. I couldn't put it down!
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