"...Ms. Doyon's book spans decades and takes some powerful, serious turns. Without overburdening her material, she develops an array of serious acts and consequences, linking them in ways that give the book some weight. In a novel enveloping enough to prompt regret when it ends, she lets the schoolboys of the book's early sections live out the self-fulfilling prophecies that are their lives.
She writes with wisdom and humor, if not gravity, in a voice that is distinctive...book clubs will find 'The Greatest Man in Cedar Hole' a smart, disarming pleasure."
Causes Stephanie Doyon Supports
Accelerated Cure Project