Book Review: Fourth to the Right by J.T. Adamcategories: Book, Family, Hope, Inspiration, Sorrow, Happiness, Love, Hardship, Overcomeing the Odds, Childhood, Child, Children, Finding the Joy in Life
J.T. Adamabout this book: This book is aimed as a inspirational story that encourages people towards finding the joy in life.
It's written from the point of view of the main character: as they grow up from young child to adult. The character describes various dramas and hardships that make up their everyday life. Though it does not start off as a very cheerful story, due to the many hardships, it has a hopeful and happy ending.
It was written in mind of showing people that despite where you come from and what has happened in your past, your future is upto you. It illustrates that you can be master of your fate and make decisions as to your own happiness.
This story was influenced by the life experiences of a close friend who also proved that they could find sunshine in the middle of a storm.
I have had very encouraging feedback from readers on my blog and from Amazon which indicates that the aims of the story are being received by the readers.
what to read next: if you read and liked this book...
Captivating from start to finishI found this book to be a very interesting read. Once I started reading I was very reluctant to put it down again. The characters are engaging, you really feel like part of the story, like you are truly seeing it through the eyes of the main character. The story is well written and fast paced, yet still detailed and emotive. It's a very good read at a very good price. Well worth the money. [by Stone]
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