Ordinary GraceBook - 2013
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A 13 year old boy in a small town in Minnesota in 1961 should have had a carefree summer, full of trips to the swimming hold and drugstore for a root beer. But Frank Drum's summer turns out to be anything but carefree. It begins with the death of a fellow class mate, then the death of a homeless ... Read More »
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"The dead are never far from us. They're in our hearts and on our minds and in the end all that separates us from them is a single breath, one final puff of air." Page 307
“He who learns must suffer. And even in our sleep pain, which cannot forget, falls drop by drop upon the heart, until, in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom through the awful grace of God.”
William Kent Krueger, Ordinary Grace.
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Ordinary Grace is a stand alone novel by William Kent Krueger, author of the Cork O'Connor mystery series. Told through the eyes of a 13 year-old boy, the book details the struggles of faith of a rural Methodist minister and his family when their talented daughter if found dead. The story details the passage from childhood innocence to worldly awareness by the 13 yo and his younger brother. Once again the author demonstrates his sensitivity in spiritual matters.
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