Somewhere Every Day
by Verne Patton
Somewhere Every Day is a must read volume, filled with food for thought, best taken in small servings. The author has combined his memories and family stories of the Great Depression years with his observations of current day street people into an indictment of a national shame: the ever increasing number of people that our society has thrown away, the homeless.
The main characters in this book are portrayed in a sympathetic and caring manner. Their step by step progress held this reader¹s interest in a tight grip to the final page.
In my opinion, you will be sadder but wiser for having read Somewhere Every Day. Bravo, Verne Patton!
Reviewed by Jolene Weller Fehér
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