Dancing With Daisy

Daisy Chain

I just finished reading Daisy Chain by Mary Demuth last night.  I love a good story, one that grips me and keeps my attention the entire time.  This story did that for me and more.  It touched parts of me in a very deep way that I hadn’t thought about for a long time, causing me to think and reflect deeply on where I am and how I got here.

The way Mary tells this story set in Defiance, Texas in the 70’s made me feel like I was there with each and every character she described.  I could feel the Texas heat, smell the air, touch Daisy’s matted hair, and see her dance and twirl in the wind.  Her telling also made me feel Hap’s rage and anger in a very real way.  Something about the duplicity of his character, a small town preacher by day, and a wife demeaning, child abusing husband/father by night, made my skin crawl.

For real!

I loved this story.

I can’t wait for the 2nd and 3rd books come out so I can put my mind to rest and find out what happens in the end…

One thought on “Dancing With Daisy

  1. Mary DeMuth says:

    Thanks so much for reading the book! How cool!

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