Paul Harding's novel Enon is about the spiral of grief that ensnares a father after the accidental death of his 13-year old daughter. Over the course of a year this father, Charlie Crosby, drops out of day-to-day living and into addiction to pain killers and reflection on his lost daughter and life in his small New England town.
Enon does what a good novel can do: tell an interesting story that illuminates a shared human experience. In this case it is the experience of loss, grief, and recovery. And this is a good story. Check out Enon.