Saturday, December 6, 2014

Triangle of Hope by Michael Meyer Review

Title: Triangle of Hope
Author: Michael Meyer
Genre: Contemporary Fiction
Pages: 162
Price: $2.99
Thoughts: Powerful

Book Synopsis:

Three unlikely allies unite on a lonely stretch of Galway Bay, Ireland.

Clint Westerly has it all; that is, until he makes a fateful decision that turns his life upside down. He no longer knows how to live with himself and with the awful knowledge of what he has done.

Tanya Wilshire has sheer determination to fulfill her mother's dying wish, although she seemingly has now lost the means to do so.

Seamus Harrington, eighty-four years of age, is determined to right an old wrong before it is too late, even though the odds are heavily stacked against him.

As the three unexpectedly find themselves bound together in an attempt to bring hope to the tiny village of Gailemore, Ireland, where none has existed for way too long, they might just find it themselves.


Michael Meyer is such a surprising author. I've read all his books and each time I think he's written his best work yet, I end up surprised by his latest work. This is definitely one of those times. Triangle of Hope is such a powerful book. From page one, I found myself mesmerized at just how powerful the book was going to be. I highly recommend this one. Meyer continues to outdo himself, constantly improving his writing style. I can't wait to read more from this author.

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