About Grace by Anthony Doerr

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


This is a wonderful story; one in which emotions will be pulled to the surface of your soul like a master guitarist plucks melodies from his guitar as his fingers strum the strings.

All books are visual to some extent. Our mind’s eye sees the story as our actual eyes read the words, but with Doerr, it’s somewhat more intense. He is a very visual writer. Each sentence he forms creates the beauty of that which he describes.

You’ll come to love the characters as the story progresses. You’ll also find much in the story that isn’t quite explainable in the bright, sane daylight. However, by the time you close the back cover, you’ll come to realize that explanations were never necessary.



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About V. T. Eric Layton

vtel57, Nocturnal Slacker

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