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McDowell is an exceptionally great story with an amazing plot and characters. William H. Cole’s depictions of the story stand great with wonderfully fashioned characters. Hiram seems an interesting enough character. And though his actions may get on people’s nerves, he seems genuine enough a character. The other characters also share the same realistic nature. One can see the deepness of their being. They aren’t just some characters. They call for attention. And they receive it.
William H. Coles prose suits his story best. His language usage is smooth and is without much flaw. His words call attention to what truly is interesting and amazing within the book. They beckon the reader to marvel at all the complexities of being a human, all the complexities of living as a human—the challenges, the sorrow and the happiness and pure emotions that an individual goes through.
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