My Review of Homeless in Hawaii by EC Stilson

Homeless in Hawaii

Homeless in Hawaii is available on Amazon in eBook and papaerback formats.
Genre: Non-fiction, Memoir
Running away from her past, Elisa finds herself homeless in Hawaii. The streets aren’t what they seem, though, and cops make her stay in a homeless park.

She’s only seventeen and with a man she hardly knows. They must work together if they’re going to survive as street musicians.

They might be in paradise, but even there, her past will hunt her down and make her face an uncertain future.

My Review:  If you have not read a book yet by EC Stilson you are truly missing out on a wonderful emotional adventure. To have gone through so much at a very young age is amazing. I am not sure I would’ve been able to be homeless for 6 months of my life. But what an adventure and awakening of the soul. I dare say she found out who she was. And Cade, her husband, is pretty amazing. This book was so hard to put down that I read it in less than a day. I can totally see this being made into a film. I can imagine that this must’ve been a hard thing to write down and share with the world. You can look at it as the love story of Elisa and Cade. [ 5 Stars ]

Homeless in Hawaii is a memoir.

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2 Responses

  1. Thank you, I am going to use this as a memoir for the eclectic challenge 2013.

  2. Becky, I’m so thrilled that you like the book. Thanks for reading and reviewing it :0)

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