Read my full review: http://bit.ly/10EKtTBMy rating: 4 Stars My opinion: There is something about this time that I really enjoy the literature set during that period. Whistling Past the Graveyard was no exception. This author wrote characters, even the support characters, in ways that were so realistic that I felt I could reach out and touch to the point that I visualized them in my head. A bonus was that this book flowed so smoothly. It was simply a joyful and fun read. There was a part of me that felt this book reminded me of the book The Dry Grass of August in its quality and somewhat, its content.