Saturday, May 12, 2012

Charlene Reviews: The Day After Yesterday by Kelly Cozy

ISBN #: 978-0985123406
Page Count: 466
Copyright: March 16, 2012
Publisher: Smite Publications

(Taken from back cover)

The events of a single night can change a life forever, as musician Daniel Whitman discovers when he loses his family and home. Overwhelmed by grief, unable to find solace in his music or accept comfort from his friends, he flees up the California coast. Daniel thinks he's leaving everything behind, but his journey will take him to the places and people that will help him find his way back. The Day After Yesterday is a story of hope, friendship, and the redemptive power of music.

Charlene's Review:

When Daniel Whitman goes away on a business trip, his life is changed forever. On an impulse, he sets off on foot, along the coast, and eventually ends up in a mental hospital. From there, he returns to his hometown to start a new life, with the help of good friends and healing music.

The first thought that comes to mind as I review this book is, I love, love, loved it! Ms. Cozy has a definite gift for writing that allows the reader to intimately know her characters. Even after 465 pages, I wanted more. There is so much going on, throughout, that it could have been a bit overwhelming, but instead, it drew you even more into the lives of the characters. I fell in love with them. While there is much heartache within the book, hope is the thread that pulls them all together. A beautiful story by a talented writer. Hope to see more from Ms. Cozy soon!

*A free paperback copy of the book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.

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