Cameron Kent, WXII Anchorman and author of “The Road to Devotion” will be signing copies of his latest book on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Pages Bookstore, and at the Mount Airy Museum of Regional History from 1 to 2 p.m.
Berrier, who was born in Mount Airy and grew up in Cana, Va., will sign books at a “homecoming book-signing” that same day at Hill’s Shoes in Cana, 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Berrier’s book, the true story of Berrier’s music-playing grandfather and great-uncle — Clayton and Saford Hall of The Hollow — has garnered positive reviews from the Wall Street Journal, The Roanoke Times, Richmond Times-Dispatch, the Huffington Post, Publishers Weekly and other reviewers.
The book plays out like a “Band of Brothers, Where Art Thou?” combination of old-time country music and World War II. It’s “The Greatest Generation” as told by a Generation Xer.
Kent said “The Road to Devotion” is a personal book and a departure from anything else he has written. He also will be signing copies of his previous novel, “When the Ravens Die.”