"A Place of Their Own" By: Dean Pace-Frech
Frank and Gregory had a dream of moving to somewhere else and starting fresh. Owning a farm together on new land is what they wanted. Frank's father tried his hardest to talk him out of leaving and to stay working on the family farm. Frank was adamant that he was going to go and not stay because the farm couldn't afford to feed any more people. Frank and Gregory went down to see Gregory's mom, and when Gregory gets there he finds the house to be in better shape than what it was then when his father was alive. Frank and Gregory are afraid of what people are going to think about them, so when they build their house they need to keep the two bedrooms.
Frank is from Iowa, was born and raised on a farm. He wants to have a fresh start. Has nightmares. Gregory is Frank's safety net. He was raised on a farm. He is ready for a fresh start. Paul is Frank's father, he is very serious, doesn't want his son to leave. Harley is Gregory's mother's help on the farm. Mrs. Young is concerned about her son's well being, Gregory's mother.
This is my first book by Dean Frech and it wont be my last. This book is written very well. The only problem was that it took me a while to get into the book. Other then that the characters were developed.