“A Wind Doth Blow” is certainly an original story; well at least it’s not like anything I’ve ever read before. Daniel has used a challenging range of vocabulary so I wouldn’t recommend this book to an inexperienced reader. This book is a relatively easy read which is well written and thoroughly proofread.
The story follows the life of an artist called Henry who falls for Elise, a beautiful oboist who moves into a house across the street. Daniel’s use of description is what brings this story to life. The only thing I found disappointing with this book was the ending though I won’t say more on this or it’ll ruin the story.
I’d recommend this book to an adult audience.