In the small city of Wharton, Connecticut, lives are beginning to unravel. A husband betrays his wife. A son struggles with addiction. A widow misses her late spouse. At the heart of these interlinking stories is one couple: Freddie and Greg Tyler. Greg has just been diagnosed with a brutal form of cancer. He intends to handle this the way he has faced everything else: through grit and determination. But can he successfully overcome his illness?
How will the Freddie and their daughter cope if he doesn’t? How do the other residents of Wharton learn to live with loss and find happiness again? Celebrating the grace in everyday life, this powerful debut immerses the reader in a community of friends, family, and neighbours and identifies the ways that love and forgiveness can help us survive even the most difficult of life’s challenges.
If you are after a fantastic book this is the book you should read. The characters in this book are sublime, they are real life situations that you feel as though you can connect with atleast one of them. I felt compelled to find out what was going to happen, it is a thought provoking read that I felt as though if you can help someone out by doing something nice for them then it gives them a little bit of hope. I found this such a powerful novel and I cannot wait to read it again. I look forward to reading more of Ethan’s books in the future.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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