This is a parable for our times: a take on small town America that is hilarious, moving, and utterly original
Eden, USA, is the perfect place to live until Ed Harris, the banker, finds his wife in bed with his best friend. Shotgun in hand, he escorts them to the door, and tells his friend: “Guess what? She’s yours!”
”I’ve got a wife, Ed,” says the friend.
”Now you have two…”
Suddenly, Eden is turned upside down: love blossoms between the town drunk and his teetotaling neighbor, the Barrow Boys make parole, and the teenagers give the snooping sheriff’s deputy more than a whiff of birdshot.
The Garden of Eden is about loyalty, sticking with those you love, tolerance and forgiveness—and the simple solutions ordinary people find to keep small communities strong.
THE GARDEN OF EDEN is written by a New York Times bestselling author.,
“A reader’s paradise of memorable characters and quirky plots” —Sandra Dallas, author of New Mercies
“Laugh-out-loud humor with a southern accent” —Julie Ortolon, USA Today bestselling author, Don’t Tempt Me
“A funny, wise, romantic, and altogether pleasing novel” —Homer Hickam, bestselling author, The Coalwood Way
The Garden of Eden was published on May 1, 2005.The The Garden of Eden Audiobook is 841 hours and 40 minutes. Speechify has the Abridged edition version of the audiobook.
Both the publication language and the narration language are in English.
The Garden of Eden includes the following subjects: western, westerns, western, westerns. The BISAC Subject Code is Fiction, Humorous.
The author of The Garden of Eden is Eve Adams.
The narrator for the The Garden of Eden Audiobook is Scott Sowers.