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Tuesday, April 14, 2020

Check It Out: As Good As Can Be






As Good As Can Be by William A Glass
Historical Fiction

A novel about the wayward son of an alcoholic army officer.  As his dysfunctional family moves from one military base to the next, Dave Knight develops a give-a-damn attitude and an ironic sense of humor.

In high school, he becomes the class clown and is accepted by other delinquents. He joins them in a series of escapades, some dangerous, others funny, and a few that would be worthy of jail time should the troublemakers be caught.

After barely graduating, Dave’s drafted into the army and sent to guard a nuclear weapons depot in Korea. There he runs afoul of his sergeant and must scramble to avoid dishonorable discharge.



4 out of 5 fairies

As Good As Can Be is a cheeky, enjoyable read. I'll admit I was worried this would be a bit darker than it was. The opening line made me laugh, and after the first chapter I was excited to read the rest of the book. Not your typical historical fiction, but that's not a bad thing! Following Dave and his family is a ride you don't want to miss. 





Where to buy: Amazon

Add to your TBR list: Goodreads


About the Author: William A. Glass is a retired business executive, now coaching soccer at a small college in rural South Carolina. He began writing to pass the time during road trips. Bill is married to Bettina Linden, a high school German teacher. They have three grown sons who have all moved away to begin careers. Now, a rescued dog and several cats keep them company. For more information, please visit https://www.williamaglass.com/

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