A blithe and redemptive seriocomic love story filled with country
music, the ghosts of Halloween, and an ironic brand of down-home
religion. Newly divorced and feeling the pain of separation from
his family, Hud Smith channels his regret into writing
country-western songs, contemplating life on the lam with his
8-year-old daughter, and searching cryptic postcards for news of
his teenage son who has run off with The Daughters of God, an
alternative Gospel-punk band of growing fame. Then he finds himself
inching toward reconciliation with his ex, tossing his whole talent
for misery into question as they head off in a borrowed school bus,
hoping so very tentatively to bring the entire family together
again. In this endearing misadventure that threatens to turn out
right in spite of it all, Schaffert writes a thin line between
tragedy and hilarity, turning wry humor and a keen sense of the
paradoxical onto characters who deserve all the tender care he
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