Miriam, Daniel and Me by Euron Griffith

This is an endearing and thoughtful novel about how everything can change around you, but love can remain…

As a Welsh reader, I really enjoyed the Welsh cultural references and “feel” of the book. It always makes me proud to see an author not “sell out” and write something that means something to them, rather than catering for the masses.

The structure of the novel is creative and complex, as it spans three different generations and jumps between them all. It is usually easy to follow, though.

I was happy with the ending, but only wish it could have been a bit longer to find out a bit more about Miriam and Daniel’s son.

⭐⭐⭐

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