by: Will Leitch
Daniel leads a rich life in the university town of Athens, Georgia. He’s got a couple close friends, a steady paycheck working for a regional airline, and of course, for a few glorious days each Fall, college football tailgates. He considers himself to be a mostly lucky guy—despite the fact that he’s suffered from a debilitating disease since he was a small child, one that has left him unable to speak or to move without a wheelchair.
Largely confined to his home, Daniel spends the hours he’s not online communicating with irate air travelers observing his neighborhood from his front porch. One young woman passes by so frequently that spotting her out the window has almost become part of his daily routine. Until the day he’s almost sure he sees her being kidnapped.
Helen says: 🤓🤓🤓🤓
Disclaimer- I am really rooting for this book to succeed! It was friend written by a friend of a friend’s husband so I felt a connection. What can I say about this book?…such a refreshing and original storyline…great observational humor…and a crescendo ending- I loved it!
My favorite book of the month! So original, with a main character, Daniel, that you will love! Actually, lots of characters you will love – Marjani, a dedicated caretaker, and Travis, a devoted lifelong best friend to name a few. And there is an evil villain too. Daniel is confined to a wheelchair and can no longer speak, but he lives a very active life, with sometimes a little too much excitement.