Review from OnlineBookClub.org
One of the reasons why I have come to enjoy this book was Hiram’s character development. From a man who thought he had no fault and believed fate was cruel to him; he transcended into someone who realized his faults and was willing to improve his ways. He showed kindness to the people he encountered and worked as hard as he can to earn money. His character also showed his love for the arts and nature. McDowell really redeemed himself in the second half of the book. Another reason was that the story didn’t solely focus on Hiram’s journey but the people who were involved. We get to see the situation of the other characters even if Hiram was reconstructing his new life in the second half.
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