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Grace by T. Greenwood
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May 26, 12

it was amazing
Read in May, 2012

A mesmerizing read which captures your attention from the opening chapter. Thoughts of what could have brought the “story” to this point run foremost in your mind. There is no choice but to read on and discover for yourself! A highly emotional journey in which the characters find themselves held prisoner by even their most simplistic of desires promises to keep the reader committed to turning the pages until all becomes clear, as snapshot in time, also held prisoner. Two Rivers, an out of the way small town in Vermont in which we find a family struggling to keep it all together, during the current day economic meltdown affecting so many families these days and a young woman on the brink of adulthood struggling to come to terms with the result of actions not just her own. What possible thread could they have in common to make their paths cross? Kurt Kennedy, father of two trapped in the salvage yard business he now runs which once belonged to his stroke- ravaged father, Elsbeth his wife working in the small town beauty salon, Trevor their thirteen year old and troubled son who only wants to make the pictures he sees in his mind a reality. Crystal, who once looked forward to starting collage and the dreams of a life with her childhood sweetheart now, left alone dealing with a loss she cannot overcome. At last there is Grace, a divine favor, who at six years old, proves to be the binding force which ties them all together with the unconditional love only a child can provide.
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