Kameelah's Reviews > Miracle on the 17th Green: A Novel about Life, Love, Family, Miracles ... and Golf

Miracle on the 17th Green by James Patterson
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Aug 11, 08

Read in August, 2008

This book definitely takes the reader on a journey. Miracle is about a guy who hates his job and personal life. He's a lonely soul that loves his family but because he is so miserable internally he cannot experience any joy externally. Then there is the game golf. Golf begans to give him hope and a second chance at life, love, and happiness. Other facts: the main character was so depressed that at one point I felt myself slipping into a funk. Though the ending turned out to be happy it was not without stress for the reader. If you are prone to anxiety this may not be the book for you. Though one thing the story is good at is proving that life (and happiness) is so much better when you have someone to share it with. In addition, the book makes a point that family is everything.

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