Thursday, January 14, 2016

Book Review: Grace Unplugged

When I see that Melody Carlson has a book up for review, I try to grab it. I am so glad that NetGalley and B&H books placed it up for review.

As with her other books, Carlson pulled me in at the beginning of this book. Grace, a worship minister's daughter, performs with her father. She may not always agree with his choices. However, when she decided to do things her own way there grew a little tension between them. Each wants what they see is best. 

As Grace follows her path we go with her.

The characters and the story line were both so intriguing that I only put it down when my eyes could not stay open any longer. Then I picked it up the next morning. 

This book would be for so many different types of people that I know I could not list them all. However, if there is a teen that is growing and trying to go their own way, the parents should read this. I loved this book!

I was given this book by NetGalley and B&H Books in exchange for my honest review. 

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