Miracle at Augusta By James Patterson
Published March 26, 2015
Miracle at Augusta is the story of Travis McKinley the man who stunned the golfing world with his win at the Senior Open at Pebble Beach. He gains his fame and makes his living playing the game he loves but inside he still feels like he doesn't deserve the fame and attention hes been getting. After some personal problems and failures he has nothing else to think. But when he meets a young armature with his own personal problems and an amazing swing they set out as a duo to take on the most well known and difficult golf course there is.
The book takes place on many different courses especially Augusta National as well as any practice areas or places that Travis may visit.
Conflicts with the Main Character
Travis has inner conflicts that give him a sense of failure or disappointment. He lets this bother him deep down and he has trouble playing good or finding the courage to keep playing golf. The main conflict would be the problem of his fathers passing and how he was the inspiration for Travis to play golf and with him gone Travis feels like he has nothing.
What I Liked About the Book
The book was great it showed how one person can pass on values to someone in need and how that can help them get through any rough spots they may have in life. I also like the detail the author went into for the book and how easy it was to get so interested in the story.
What I Didn't Like About the Book
The book followed the book Miracle on the 17th Green which was a great book but there wasn't much from that book that fell into this one. Over all there wasn't much to complain about in this book.
Authors Writing Style
The book was told from Travis the main character and it had a lot of detail so you could understand the thought process of the main character and I really liked that about this book.