THE END OF WINTER by T.D. Griggs
THE END OF WINTER would be a lovely read were it only for the description of surroundings and views in which the reader is immersed. Griggs has an exquisite use of colour, light, moisture, juxtaposition and much more.
THE END OF WINTER by T.D. Griggs ©2004 is a story about seeking redemption.
Doctor Michael Severin, driven by childhood trauma, spends part of the year saving the unfortunate in third world countries. He hasn’t done a good enough job as a saviour because now he must (re)discover the wife he thought he knew and learn what no one left alive can know. The characters are rich and quirky, and one comes to feel deeply for them.
Days later, the story is still with me. Very satisfying.
It is with great sadness I discovered that I can’t tell Tim how much I enjoyed this story as he died last fall. But I will definitely be reading more of his books.
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