Ripped apart by Portugal's financial crisis, Daniel's family is struggling to adjust to circumstances beyond their control. His wife and children move out to live with family hours away, but Daniel believes against all odds that he will find a job and everything will return to normal.
Even as he loses his home, suffers severe damage to his car, and finds himself living in his old, abandoned office building, Daniel fights the realization that things have changed. He's unable to see what remains among the rubble - friendship, his family's love, and people's deep desire to connect. If Daniel can let go of the past and find his true self, he just might save not only himself but also everyone that really matters to him.
©2013 David Machado (P)2016 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Translation © 2016 by Hillary Locke.
there is a lot of dark imagery throughout the book that made it slightly difficult to get through. But at the end of the day the story was good and the revolution occurred in the last little bit of the last chapter
everything, the whole book
pick anything, it's all so depressing
wouldn't have mattered
the entire book, then start over
I don't recommend this book.
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