'Ordinary Grace' is a page-turner
BY MARY MILLER
Every once in a blue moon a book comes along that swallows a reader whole: The characters are so full and fleshed out that we are acutely aware of their hopes and despairs; they are like family, complete with closet skeletons and moles.
And if the writer does a really good job, we care very much about what happens to these people, and at the end of the book we feel as though we are saying goodbye to treasured friends.
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