|Title||The Man With The Green Suitcase|
|Release Date:||July 30th , 2012|
|ASIN/ISBN:||B008RTZ312 / 0615675085|
|Book Description:||What does…A prostitute,
A corrupt businessman, and
A disfigured young woman
Have in common with a mysterious, old homeless man who carries a green suitcase?The old man comes into people’s lives because it is important for them to experience the visions
that he is somehow able to show them–visions that even he doesn’t understand.
But whoever he connects with will go through a transformation that will change
The old man has no memory of who he is or even what the suitcase holds.
But one day he will find out all about his own secret
This story is magical realism, realistic with paranormal elements, a mystery that needs to be solved, and a man and woman who will finally realize that they were meant to come into each other’s lives and remain forever.
|BRT Review Title:||Surprisingly original and captivating!|
|BRT Review:||This was a fantastic and captivating read. I really appreciated the writing style and the lucid way the story was delivered; so much so that in reading it, I pledged internally to work with Hosea Feed The Hungry (a charitable entity in Georgia) this year. The book itself is not about helping the homeless, but the key character in the story, who is a homeless man who is the catalyst for interactions between all the other characters, is a homeless man. Dee Doanes descriptive narrating brings you right into the fold of the story and transformations that some characters make are not only surprising at times, but touching. As it turns out, the man with the green suitcase is a fortune-teller of sorts who bestows visions to those in his presence, whether solicited or not. The characters find rather succinctly that what’s done in the dark, always comes to light. For some of the characters, the light is bright…but not always! Great book review talk! But you be the judge.|