South Toward Home: Adventures and Misadventures in My Native Land (by Julia Reed) … a few entertaining moments

There were some fun and entertaining moments in this book. But then there were chapters that I couldn’t wait to get through to see if the next one would be better.

This book is made up of a a variety of essays that are linked together by some random headings. I do admit that there were moments when I chuckled and when I wanted to remember some of the statements to share with others.

As a girl from the South, I could appreciate some of the idiosyncracies that were buried among the pages. The people in the South are different and the viewpoint of family, food, relationships, nature, etc. was something that appealed to me a little more than I think it would people from other areas of the country.

Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for my honest review.

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