As much as Midlife Mouse is about Disney, it’s also steeped in Southern culture. Even our friends from up north have praised the charming portrait of Southern life the book paints. Readers have made comparisons to works by Daniel Wallace, Fannie Flagg, Mark Childress and Winston Groom.
But don’t just take our word for it. Here’s what they had to say:
“His town of Decent Chance, Alabama, on Mobile Bay, has all the realism of a small Southern community with just enough strange characters…”
-The Course of Our Seasons
“With just this book’s settings alone — the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay (where I got married) and Walt Disney World (where I honeymooned and later moved to the area), I’m not sure there’s a book that could get closer to my heart. But add in a few Crimson Tide references and I’m sunk.”
“Wayne has all the bases covered here. And as with all good Southern stories, there is a good bit of Bible-belt religion found in the story, which is right up my alley, too. In short, there is something for everyone here.”
-Steve Burns, Burnsland.com
“Even if you aren’t from this area or don’t particularly care for all things Disney, you’ll be still charmed by the quality of writing and the irreverent twists taken with an established corporation.”
-Fairhope Supply Co.
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