I recently bought this book that I thought I would like. I read the other two books in the series but this one just really isn't doing it for me. I can't decide if I want to finish it or if I should just throw it away. The style of the book seems to have completley changed, or I just changed. I can't tell. The other two books to the series were published a while ago. This book is really starting to frustrate me. I can't decide what to do. I want to know if the series ends here and what to think of the ending but then again I waste a lot of my time reading. I'm a slow reader. I could be reading or I could be out with my friends having fun. I think I'm just going to put the book aside for now and finish it eventually.
The Sutton Pie Safe was a good story that taught about moral values. In the story the dad had a pie safe and some rich woman came by wanting to buy it but he told her no. He said that the safe wasn't for sale. The safe obviously had a lot of sentimental value from him because his dad gave it to him as a wedding gift. He wants to seem like he has integrity and won't take other peoples money or make it seem like he is poor at all. He is very straightforward in the way he lets the woman down. Later on in the story he cuts open a snake to make his son a belt and his son wanted it but was too disgusted to reply. His father ruined the belt and told him that next time he should make up his mind before he asks him to kill something. His father was trying to teach him a lesson and that he should be strong no madder what.