Monday, April 9, 2012

The Discovery by Dan Walsh

About the Book:

When aspiring writer Michael Warner inherits his grandfather's venerable Charleston estate, he settles in to write his first novel. But within the confines of the stately home, he discovers an unpublished manuscript that his grandfather, a literary giant whose novels sold in the millions, had kept hidden from everyone--but which he clearly intended Michael to find. As he delves deep into the exciting tale about spies and sabotage, Michael discovers something that has the power to change not only his future but his past as well.

Laced with suspense and intrigue, The Discovery is a richly woven novel that explores the incredible sacrifices that must be made to forge the love of a lifetime. Author Dan Walsh delivers yet another unique and heartfelt story that will stick with you long after you've turned the last page.

My Review:

The Discovery by Dan Walsh is a fantastic book that everyone should read. Dan Walsh did a great job at basically writing two books in one. Most books are either contemporary or historical but this book is both which made it even more fun to read. This was my first book by Dan Walsh and I absolutely loved it and can't believe I have not read him before. This book proves that man are capable of written amazing romance stories and the book kind of reminded me of reading a Nicholas Spark books. I would love this book to be made into a movie, as I was reading it I was able to picture the story being played out and it would make a great movie.  I loved reading the historical part of the book, which was loosely based on real history, and watching the two characters fall in love. If you could only buy one book this month make sure it is this book, you won't be disappointed! Final rating 5.2 stars out of 5 stars! Great job Dan Walsh!

*I received this book through Revell Books for the purpose of this review. My honest opinion was all that was requested.


  1. This books sounds so intriguing! Thanks Jen.

  2. Thanks for the great review, Jen. Hmmm...why does that name sound familiar?