IN A WEE, OBSCURE part of backwoods Georgia, ill-educated Dru Sullivan and his precocious young nephew Bo forge a sustaining relationship in what one unfortunate visitor describes as "a hellhole full'a drunks an' folks who are goddamn crazy."
SULLIVAN ROAD is a gripping tale of one Irish-American family and its struggle to survive in a racially diverse but sparse rural community during World War II. Dealing with a wagon-load of how-comes and a couple of pigsty murders, prayer and unflagging faith could be all the Sullivans have left.
Enjoy the laughs; you may be crying a page or two later.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I loved this book, and its belieavable characters. Drama, Romance, and the mystery of the two murders -- and an appropriate ending for Sylvester Boru. I was hard-pressed to keep from reading every night into the early morning hours. We have a Sullivan Road in our area and I will never look at it in the same way again. Anita, Deland FL