Some Small Magic
By Billy Coffey / Thomas Nelson
After discovering a collection of letters written by his dad who he thought was dead, Abel Shifflett decides to run away—accompanied by Willie, his adult friend who’s mentally disabled but extremely protective of him. But their journey is ill-fated from the start. Will Abel find the home—and father—he’s always longed for? 416 pages, softcover from Nelson.
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Some Small Magic shows how determination, hope, and faith can propel us forward no matter what the cost is for ourselves, family, or friends. It also shows how something that we perceive as meant to be can be totally something else entirely.
Some Small Magic is full of twists and turns as the main character, Abel, goes on a journey with his friend, Dumb Willie, and what is at first a stranger, Dorothy. Each one ends up changed in some way once the journey is underway and once it arrives at its conclusion. There is no true telling along the way which paths will be taken or which choices will be made until they are made known.
Some Small Magic brings with joy, hope, sadness, and understanding. I found Some Small Magic to be an excellent read.