Sam wants nothing to do with his irresponsible, sarcastic neighborâ€¦or does he?
Sam McAuley is having a rough start to the summer: Not only is he being sued, but the new guy running the animal rehabilitation center next door has no idea what he's doing and his runaway chickens constantly end up in Sam's pristine yard.
Everything is temporary for Bo Novak. For as long as he can remember, it's been one town to the next, one school to the next, one job to the next. Even his current jobâ€”running his sister's animal rehab center while she's away on a four-month leaveâ€”is temporary. And he does know what he's doing, thank you very much. Sure, things don't always run smoothly, but the stick-in-the-mud next door could be a little nicer about it.
One overheard conversation, an olive branch, and a baseball game might show these guys that being at odds isn't really what they want, and that what they want might just be each other.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I enjoyed this a lot! As Big as the Sky is the first book I've read by Amy Aislin and I liked it a lot. As far as I can tell she's a fairly new author with only two books showing on Goodreads. Based on this story, I think she has a bright future as an author. As Big as the Sky has a lot of interesting elements. Sam and Bo are living next door to each other because Bo is house-sitting for his sister. He's also managing her animal rehabilitation center while she is away for two months. Sam is angry because one Bo's chickens keeps getting loose and messing up is garden which is going to be photographed for a magazine. Bo is lonely and thought he might find a friend in Sam based on all of the good things his sister had to say about him. He's disappointed when the man he meets seems to dislike everything about Bo. Sam has a lot on his mind. There's the magazine photo shoot and he's being sued for copyright infringement. When he over hears Bo talking to himself about how Sam has treated him and he feels like a first-class jerk. After Sam apologizes and mends fences with Bo, the two of them realize how much they have in common and their relationship takes off. Sam is dismayed to find out how badly Bo's sister is using him just because Bo hasn't made up his mind what he wants to do with his life. That portion of the story made my heart ache. Amy Aislin manages to pack a lot of different things into this story without it being too much. I was surprised at how much depth there is to the story considering that it's only 140 pages long. I became so engrossed in the while reading that I didn't put it down until I'd finished all of it. I will definitely watch for more books by this author. An advanced copy of this book was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author. ***Reviewed for Xtreme-Delusions dot com***