The Ha-Ha, by Dave King

The Ha-Ha, by Dave King…I give it 5 Stars!

Howard Kapostash is a war veteran who has not spoken in thirty years. He has the same heart and mind, and is the same person, that he was before. He lives in a proverbial shell, an existence sustained with gestures and facial language.

His life begins to slowly change when the son of his old girlfriend moves into his house. He begins to open up, and experiences emotions, both positive and heartbreaking, which adds to his powerful sense of Being, and his intense inner essence illuminates even more, than it already did, before the boy entered his life.

I recommend this insightful book to everyone.

~~Book Diva

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