10 Day Book Club features Dax M. Tucker’s book, The Leaf Catcher

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“Poetry is not dead nor are stories of triumph, The Leaf Catcher, is a wonderful read.” By Joe Navarro author of the international best seller, What Every Body is Saying.

Can you go just one day without thinking a negative thought? Virgil, Homer, Dante are some of the names that come to mind when asked who were the great writers of epic poetry of their time. Now America has an epic poet of their own, Dax Tucker, who has made available this classic form of literature in a way that both inspires and enriches us while speaking to us in the language of our time. The book begins with a challenge – the question: Can you go just one day without thinking a negative thought? To aid you in meeting this challenge you are transported to a late 16th century European village where you will meet Corliss Leafcatcher, the humble village gardener, and his son, Maddox, who aspires to be more than just a gardener like his father. It isn’t until he watches his father endure the mayhem, wreaked upon him by the insanely jealous Prince Gavin, that he learns to treasure the wisdom his father earns with blood, sweat and tears. For though Corliss is but a commoner, he is also married to one of the most beautiful women in the kingdom, Claire, and Gavin devises every insidious means to try and break them apart. Read More Now!

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