Home to Harmony

audiobook (Unabridged) Harmony (Gulley) Series, Book 1 · Harmony

By Philip Gulley

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Philip Gulley is a Quaker minister, a best-selling author, and a master storyteller who is often compared to Garrison Keillor and Mark Twain. In this gentle book, Harmony, Indiana takes its place alongside Jan Karon's Mitford as a town that many readers would move to if it were really on the map. Home of hefty noodle casseroles and the world's shortest evangelist, Harmony also boasts the Coffee Cup cafe, where a painting of The Last Supper hangs over the salad bar. As his first year in this small, sheltered town unfolds, Pastor Sam Gardner shares his wry observations and humorous stories about its colorful residents. Home to Harmony won the Christy Award for Best Contemporary Fiction in 2001. Funny, refreshing, and uplifting, it is the perfect antidote to the heavy volumes lurking on many bookstore shelves today. After spending a few hours in this special place, your step will be lighter, and so will your spirit.
Home to Harmony