When Life Hands You A Lemon

When Life Hands You A Lemon Dan Lemon is a man of routine who has unknowingly lost his way One fateful afternoon at work he is introduced to three criminals who take him hostage and shake up his schedule Dan now only has one ch

  • Title: When Life Hands You A Lemon
  • Author: Mike Hansen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dan Lemon is a man of routine who has unknowingly lost his way One fateful afternoon at work, he is introduced to three criminals who take him hostage and shake up his schedule Dan now only has one choice, to confront his life s fears, failings and wants Is one day enough to change your life

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    1. It's not often that I find a book that contains everything I enjoy in books but I found one, it's When Life Hands You A Lemon. Not only is it well written, but it is truly a good read.

    2. This book had some of the most interesting characters I have read in a long time. I read a lot of the same genre of novels (I really should branch out, but eh), and a lot of characters get lost in the story. By that I mean, making sure that the story is thrilling and has no plotholes, and ensuring that the story is keeping the reader reading, but in turn, letting characterization fall to the wayside. (Does that make sense?)No, in When Life Hands You a Lemon, you're immersed into a world of compl [...]

    3. While the main character’s issues are greater than most men of my generation, the problems he suffers from are real. The male characters in this novel are a true study of what has become of men today. On one side you have men who have lost the ability to be good and are either dirty or cruel in response. On the other side the main character has given up any edge and succumbed to the pressure to not offend anyone or break any rules. This book is not only entertaining, but thought provoking and [...]

    4. This book is excellent. It's an entertaining story but also a great examination of life philosophy. The ending is amazing but that is all I can really say without giving it away! There were sentences that were so well-written that it was distracting from the storyI had to stop and admire the sentence structure, word choice, etc. before I kept reading. Happy reading!

    5. A great character study about how we, as men, grow from young boys into adults - for better or worse. The book does a great job of giving depth to the main character and making good use of temporal transitions. I would definitely recommend this to friends!PS - I think it has the potential to make a great play.

    6. I just finished this book and I honestly didn't want it to be over! The way the main character unfolds makes it easy for anyone to relate to. It has the perfect balance of suspense and warmth to keep the reader intrigued.

    7. Excellent read. Gives your brain a good philosophical work out and many of us in middle age can identify with its protagonist, Dan Lemon - middle aged and going through the motions of life - until he is forced to confront what he believes, why he does what he does, and what makes life worth living. Everyone has a piece of Dan Lemon in him or her at some point in their lives, and if they say they don't they're lying. Great debut with quick, sharp dialog mixed with deep thinking and storytelling w [...]

    8. This author creates an interesting story, with compelling characters and most of all his language expresses a great humor.

    9. Dan Lemon is walking through life in a fog ruled by time. He’s a sad character – somewhat detached - a little Willy Loman from Death of a Salesman with a hint of Meursault from The Stranger. His mediocrity, his middle-of-the-road career, is interrupted when something unpredictable happens. And like everything in his life, he has no control over any of it.Flashbacks of Dan’s life offer insight to his character and are woven with current scenes of his life-threatening predicament. As each me [...]

    10. There is a point in anyone's life when they find themselves in a place they didn't expect, seemingly stuck in endless repetition, unable to enact meaningful change to make their life better. This book is a story of a man that finds himself forced to recognise that he is indeed in that situation. It is about the idea that we ultimately get the life we choose and often it takes extreme and dramatic events to make us choose the life we want. Mike Hansen makes us ask ourselves, what if it were your [...]

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