The Wooden Heart by Daniel Abrahams (Book Review #328)

The wooden heart is a fiction thriller. The story revolves around Dale. He is a lover drowned in his own sorrows, drinking. As life has other plans for Dale, he ends up at a crossroad. Dale has to make a decision on his life, and that’s what made this book enjoyable to read.

When one feels like they are at such a rock bottom situation. It is very hard to make that decision to get back up again. Family, no matter how much they love you, cannot really fully understand the situation and as Dale begins to have visions, he has to take action.

I particularly enjoyed the psychological dilemma Dale had in his mind. The author is a well-known writer, and so I was not expecting anything short but perfection in his style of writing, literature, and storytelling.

The pace was fast, and the story was very thought-provoking. I believe the strong literature is what stood out for me. The character development was executed flawlessly. It was as if the reader was in the mind of the main character, and was feeling the person directly.

The concept of the story was enjoyable to read. Even the cover of the book is well planned out. I believe anyone who enjoys crime thrillers would find this book pleasing to the eye.

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