‘Days of Wonder’ by Keith Stuart

Tom runs a small theatre in a west country town and is a single Dad to Hannah. Every year he organises a play based on a fairy tale, a single day of wonder for his daughter’s birthday. Ten years go by and now he is faced with losing the theatre and possibly Hannah. Can they create one more wonder to save them both? This modern tale tells the story from both father and daughter’s perspectives. The supporting cast of characters that form the theatre group are endearing and memorable. It has the same punchy positivity that exists in Jojo Moyes’ novels. There is a lot of swearing and raw emotion but balanced with farce, wit and warmth.

Published by Sphere ISBN 0751563307

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