How far will a man go to atone for guilt?
When Derry Danaher meets a gorgeous woman named Amedee during her first day at the Milwaukee Ledger, it sparks a love affair that they are sure will last forever. But when it ends in tragedy and heartbreak, Derry sets off on an improbable, reckless crusade for redemption.
What he does to redeem himself is an astounding twist, in Dan Chabot‘s debut novel “Godspeed: A Love Story.”
When Derrys dangerous crusade finally ends, he has found someone to help him build a new life from the ashes of the past, and readers are left to ponder a poignant question: how can a lie be wrong, when it makes so many people feel so good?
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“You will need to have your hanky at hand…”
So says Stephanie D.’s review of “Godspeed: A Love Story” for Readers Favorite:
This is one of those books that stick with you after you have read it. It is hugely readable and enjoyable, although you will need to have your hanky at hand, and so it is appealingly unique. Set in the present and the mid-1970s, it is well-paced and peopled by an interesting cast of characters, many of whom are the unusual sort of people you meet in everyday life.