Monday, January 16, 2017

Moonglow by Michael Chabon . Review

This is the story about a young man who interviews  his grandfather about the fascinating and astonishing life he led  . Now in old age he relives his colourful past as he tells his grandson the ups and downs and the people he met that shaped him to who he is now as he nears the end of his life  . 

I loved the idea behind this book and I think it was orchestrated very well , each chapter was a look into a certain part of his life. There was enough action from the grandfathers past to make you keep flicking the pages but not so much where it became vastly unbelievable . The story comes across more as the grandfather telling you it rather then  the grandson , either way it was a fine story about a life lived to the fullest and it left me with plenty to think of long after finishing it. If you enjoy a story  about a lifetime of one mans experiences in life , love, and hope  then this is the book for you . 

I received this book for review from the lovely people over at This book is being published January 2017 and will be available from Lovereadjng and all other good bookstores then . Below please find a link for this book on the Lovereading  website .

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