Review from OnlineBookClub.org
After reading McDowell, I have found that the novel is best summarized by Maude’s idoneous words to Hiram: “People content in themselves learn to give selflessly, without concern for personal gain, to learn the joy of being human.” This novel will, if nothing else, prompt conversations around the important topics alluded to within its 472 pages. Parts of McDowell caused personal reflection and consideration of others in the world; therefore, I enjoyed reading it.
I rate McDowell by William H. Cole 4 out of 4 stars. I observed no grammatical errors while reading; thus, I believe this novel was edited professionally. One of the best parts of this novel, in my opinion, was the emotion the author was able to elicit from me when reading.
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