Hannah is a funny, slightly goofball heroine with good intentions who has a talent for doing and saying the wrong thing. Her endearing clumsiness will keep readers laughing and cheering her on.
This lively tale provides a realistic depiction of both the loneliness and isolation that the lighthouse keepers faced.
The book highlights the fact that there are often no easy answers and no clear-cut heroes and villains.
Gloria Ann Wesley highlights the Birchtown colonists’ daily struggles to make ends meet as well as the strong sense of community that Abigail’s family and her neighbours shared.
This sweet and simple tale is a heartfelt celebration of the bond between a father and his young son.
At its best, The Path of Most Resistance is haunting, careful, almost imperceptibly full of power. Wangersky’s finest stories will linger with you a long time.
Superb anecdotes from the book revolve around the compassion of cantankerous Toronto Maple Leafs owner Harold Ballard, the arrogance of American sports journalist Howard Cosell, and the seemingly limitless generosity of Wayne Gretzky.