The Miracle of Mercy Land by River Jordan appealed to me because it's set in the 1930s in the south, and the main character, Mercy Land, is a preacher's daughter who works for the local small-town newspaper. Usually, all of those are elements I enjoy in a story, so I wanted to like this book. Unfortunately, I just couldn't. It was a hard story to get into, with elements of fantasy and mysterious characters, and I had a hard time caring about the main characters. However, I noticed that there are other reviewers that just loved it. If it sounds like something you might enjoy, I would encourage you to read more reviews to see what others took away from it. You might like it.