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He has a way of building an immersive world and making you feel a part of it. To put it simply, he knows how to tell a story.
Every year, I do my best to have at least one Howey book on my reading list. This year, it was The Hurricane.
The Hurricane is bit of a different book by Howey. Still, the story telling does not disappoint. The story centers around teenager Daniel Stillman who is, to put it mildly, a bit socially awkward. He keeps a small digital footprint. Before he can become an online celebrity for all the wrong reasons, he is rescued by, of all things, a hurricane that unexpectedly strengthens off the coast of his small South Carolina town.
The town takes a direct hit, and Daniel and his family are left to pick up the pieces. In the aftermath, Daniel learns valuable lessons about his family, his friends, his neighbors, and most importantly, himself.
Even though the story is teen oriented, I still found it very enjoyable. Given how active the hurricane season was with Harvey, Irma, and Maria, The Hurricane ended up being a timely read.
Just be aware that Howey paints vivid images of the hurricane and the effects of a direct strike. In fact, for those affected by the storms, it might be a little too soon to pick up.
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