I wasn’t sure where this book was going to go when I started it. Cohen discovers his father who is near death. The book is his journey as he comes to grip with his childhood.
Him and his sister went through a lot. They were separated by their parents. And you can’t help but admire the fact that they still managed to become close. (Cohen adores his nephew even). I found their story tugging on my heart. I was surprised at the supernatural, faith aspect of the book, but that made it that much more interesting. Perhaps the character that was the most interesting to me, was Cohen’s father and that’s because I was the most conflicted about him. At times I respected him and respected his feelings for his kids and then other times, there was so much anger. This really was a great read!