Review from OnlineBookClub.org
The life of the protagonist has forcible characters filled with a blemish, which at some stage, I had sympathy for. Hiram’s character has unlikeable traits, which changed through his walk to seek redemption. McDowell is a thought-provoking book that will leave readers with questions like “Can someone as pernicious as Hiram find redemption?”.
The story is an interesting one which compromises of family, love, relationships, family feud, lack of parental guidance, greed, power, money and success. I like the writing style used by the author because it got me engaged immediately I started reading it. McDowell also talks about issues such as journalism, euthanasia, music, divorce, mental illness and the justice system of America.
There was nothing I didn’t enjoy about this book. I didn’t find any errors in this book. It goes to show that it was professionally edited, therefore, I’ll give McDowell by William H. Coles a 4 out of 4 stars
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