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Ethan Joella’s deeply moving, life-affirming novel about residents in a small Connecticut town facing everyday fears and desires - a lost love, a stalled career, a diagnosis - pulls at the heartstrings and provides hope. 

In the small city of Wharton, Connecticut, lives are beginning to unravel. A husband betrays his wife. A son struggles with addiction. A widow misses her late spouse. At the heart of these interlinking stories is one couple: Freddie and Greg Tyler.  

Greg has just been diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a brutal form of cancer. He intends to handle this the way he has faced everything else: through grit and determination. But can Greg successfully overcome his illness? How will Freddie and their daughter cope if he doesn’t? How do the other residents of Wharton learn to live with loss and find happiness again?  

An emotionally powerful debut that immerses the listener into a community of friends, family, and neighbors, A Little Hope celebrates the importance of small moments of connection and the ways that love and forgiveness can help us survive even the most difficult of life’s challenges. 

©2021 Ethan Joella. All rights reserved. (P)2021 Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

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poor character development. too much death and not enough hope. male narrator's voice was condsending when he spoke a woman's role. I finished it only because I paid for it

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Outstanding!

This book touches upon the day to day lives of people in a small Connecticut town. They are all intertwined in a beautiful way. It is peppered with ups and downs but somehow always has a thread of hope!