Myrick-Gayer does a great job of developing the characters in this young adult romantic fiction novel. You feel so invested in the relationships of the characters that you will be held in suspense the whole time. You will feel as though you are a participant in the tragedies and joys rather than just a mere onlooker. Though not directly tied to Bible theology itself, the work certainly has religious symbolism throughout, much the way that the Lord of the Rings series, or The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe does. You can definitely feel the good vs. evil motif as well as the struggling perseverance of the human spirit between the covers of this book. Even the cover itself is wrought with a well crafted, compelling image that is only gratified within by the story of Grace. If you do not read this book, it will be to your own loss. Some aspiring director will make a career with this story in the near future. Enjoy.
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