Nylon Trees

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As a child, Ronnie worships his older brother Mikey. But as time goes by, he begins to view him differently. How does he deal with a special needs brother? Will Ronnie ever understand Mikey's nylon trees? Nylon Trees, a gripping, voice-driven story dealing with such strong themes as love, guilt and despair, leaves the reader with a message of redemption and forgiveness.

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Published: May 06, 2013
Words: 75,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301974054
About Gary Loderhose

Gary Loderhose is the author of two Civil War books: Far, Far From Home which received two national history award nominations, and Way down Upon the Suwannee River. However, Gary's true passion is fiction writing. Born and raised in Washington State, Gary later attended Flagler College in St. Augustine, Florida, where he received a B.A. in English and history. He later earned his MA in history from the University of Richmond. Gary currently resides in Southwest Florida with his wife, Karen.

Reviews

Review by: capejohns on Aug. 02, 2013 : star star star star star
Rarely have I read a story that so powerfully captures the longing of my soul. This story held my heart captive to the truth that accepting and loving other people who are vastly different than me is the very picture of love that God has given to us all. I laughed, I cried, and most of all I was moved by the author's poignant account of a family’s love for their "special" son and brother. Don't miss reading this inspiring "life-changer"!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: C L on July 22, 2013 : star star star star star
lt like I walked through every up and down right alongside Ronnie. The whole story seemed to come alive! I can't wait to see how Ronnie grows and changes in the next book. "Nylon Trees" is definitely a must read!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: KC on July 16, 2013 : star star star star star
Ronnie is a person everyone can relate to. His feelings of guilt over his selfishness are universal. This book is one that is filled with nostalgia and family values. The reader feels a part of the family through each joy and sorrow. A must read!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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