Review Eleven Days In June

Dan is happy with his life. He just hasn’t started living it yet.

Dan Whitaker is 20, lives in a sleepy village in Devon and works in a small DIY shop. He likes numbers and hero worships Lord Nelson. But he finds ordinary people difficult to understand and he’s certainly never had a girlfriend. His mother mocks him, and he misses his father and he pines for Ollie, his only childhood friend who truly understood him.

But, despite it all, Dan thinks he’s happy enough. Until one June day, the beautiful and mysterious Libby walks into his shop – and into his life.

Libby’s sudden appearance turns Dan’s ordered existence upside down. But Dan soon realises that Libby isn’t who she seems. Who exactly is she? What is she hiding, and, more importantly, who’s that threatening man always looking for her?

In trying to help Libby, Dan comes to realise what’s missing in his own life, and, in turn, appreciates what’s really important…

Part One of The Tales of Little Leaf.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

This one i got it for a tour I’m in.

It was a good and interesting plot, the idea was good I really liked it and Dan was amazing really a very relatable guy no matter the problems in your life.

The way the plot was going on some like flashbacks really made you understand were we where at present and why we were there, and made the interactions richer in that way.

At the end I felt so wholesome and it was a very good book to unwind super fast too i read it in a few days and I was always wanting to know what were going to happen.

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