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The Mystery of Grace by Charles de Lint
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Apr 08, 10

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Read in March, 2010

You may have to bear with me, because this is my first book review. I thoroughly enjoyed "The Mystery of Grace". It is a "haunting" tale about a girl named Grace. The story is told by two different narrators, but mostly by Grace. The first narrator is John who jumps right into the mystery after his lover disappears without a trace. After a quick search of John's apartment, the only thing he can think to do is to call his friend Danny to confirm that he did not just have an elaborate dream. I listended to the mp3 audio book version of this novel, and I was very impressed with the voice work in this audio book. The voice actor/actress switches when the narrator goes from Grace to John. This is a nice touch, without being overly extravagant. At it's core "The Mystery of Grace" is a love story, but it's a love story with a twist. If you are looking for something that is not your typical mystery or love story give "The Mystery of Grace" a shot. FYI The Garland County Library has "The Mystery of Grace" in the New Fiction collection as well as the New Audio Books Fiction collection.
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message 1: by Rayna (new)

Rayna Just a reminder: It's an mp3 so make sure you have the right format to play it back! Tony totally talked me into picking up this book.


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