The Fifteen Wonders of Daniel Green Erica Boyce
Kindle Edition, 336 pages
Expected publication: April 2nd 2019 by Sourcebooks Landmark
About the Book:
Sometimes wonder is found not beyond the stars, but a few feet from your own front door. Daniel Green makes crop circles. As a member of a secret organization, he travels across the country creating strange works of art that leave communities mystified. He's always been alone; in fact, he prefers it. But when a dying farmer hires him in a last-ditch effort to bring publicity to a small Vermont town, Daniel finds himself at odds with his heart. It isn't long before he gets drawn into a family struggling to stitch itself back together, and the consequences will change his life forever. The Fifteen Wonders of Daniel Green explores the unexplainable bonds of family, the everyday wonder of love, and the strange mysteries life provides that help humanity light up the dark.
The Fifteen Wonders of Daniel Green is a beautiful story of hope and perseverance. Erica Boyce writes with creative, poetic language. This book was so wonderful- so different from what I tend to come across these days. I loved how eccentric the entire story was and the healing and lessons that happened. I feel like I went on a journey with Daniel and Nessa as well as her whole family. It’s a story that won’t soon leave you. What begins as a delightful journey goes deep. All along the way the language is captivating. When I catch myself contemplating the meaning of life and relationships, I know I'm reading an incredible story. The themes in this book will resonate long into the future.
This novel was a very unique read. The author was able to capture my attention on the first page and held on to the very end. So thought provoking, sweet and sad, and oh so many truths that relate to most of our lives. I grew to love Daniel more and more with each chapter. A beautiful story of bravery, humility, failure and forgiveness.
Thank you NetGalley, Sourcebooks Landmark and Erica Boyce for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an impartial review; all opinions are my own.
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