Introducing Buck & The Boy By Marco Mcdewey

Buck & The Boy

By Marco Mcdewey

Genres: Two-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Action & Adventure Fiction

When Dustin first runs into the scrawny but fierce Buck, little does he know what is in store for him. Follow along as Dustin spends his days fishing, hunting, biking, and making new friends.

But what happens when his best friend is in danger? Can Dustin help him out without betraying his trust?

Buck n the boy is a deeply affecting story of forming lasting friendships beyond first impressions, overcoming loss and hardship with the support of one’s trusted companions, forgiveness, and reconciliation. The tenderness at the heart of this story will leave you teary-eyed but with a smile on your face.

Get it in Kindle and Paperback formats.

Read A Couple Of Reviews

TeAnna Stevens – 5.0 out of 5 stars – Wonderful Story Line

This book is a delightful read, Although sad in places. Love the story, and the lessons taught great teacher for children and adults alike. Actually in today’s society everyone should read it!!

Just Eric – 5.0 out of 5 stars – Simple in Writing but WHAT A GREAT TALE OF LOVE AND COMPASSION!

“Buck & the Boy” by Marco McDewey was delightful and endearing. The title is slightly misleading until you read the book. Then it makes sense. Imagine a Christian family, the youngest boy, Dustin, being raised in a loving home. He has no ill-will toward anyone and encounters a stray dog that he later befriends. His life changes upon this encounter and makes a bond that changes forever for two boys.

This story was a lesson to be learned, whether Christian or not, it delves into the kindness of humanity instead of the ugly, seedy side of life. Without spoilers, Dustin makes a new friend and things for Chris are not good at home. Dustin then must make a decision that will change his life forever.

A tale told from the perspective of a 13-year-old boy and lovingly so. I felt the magic slowly grow as I read each word and the ending made me sad yet pleased with the outcome. If you love clean, well-written, and believable characters then this story is for you. Bring some tissues because there are some moments that you will need them.

A Note From The Author

I wrote Buck & the Boy for my father six years ago. His name was Gilbert but he went by Buck. In the story I made my father this old dog. He passed this year in February, so I took the book and had it edited and published to honor him and my mother. The cover was my design as I wanted it black and white simple but elegant. My father did get to read the story before he passed and loved it. I hope you love it, too.

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