For many years I have enjoyed Rheta Grimsley Johnson's columns as well as her other books. With this book, she continues her keen observitations well chosen phrases, and, as always, she tells it like it is. With Hank Hung the Moon Rheta travels back in time and captures many memories of her own, those of Hank and some of my mine. I've also enjoyed Hank's songs for years without actually thinking about why. His daughter Jett Williams (aka Kathy Dupree) was our neighbor during her teens,and I followed her long battle to claim her rightful place in Hank's life. In his all too short life, Hank used his great gift of warming the coldest of hearts with simple yet profound songs. Rheta also uses her new book to record her own memoirs. Country music has changed so much in recent years, and not for the better, and it is refreshing think again of their meaning and to play once more the songs that made Hank Williams a true artist I got out my album to play these classic songs again, and they are, as Rheta says, better than ever. I think I'll keep the album handy. If you've ever been moved by the music of Hank Williams, you will enjoy this book. If not, get it anyway, it may open new doors for you.