I will automatically read anything by Tracy Garvis Graves after the masterpiece that is "On the Island". I think I may be in over my head.
This book was a-freaking-mazing. The next words aren't criticisms or warnings, but the story is an emotional roller-coaster. My legs were shaky and my tummy unsteady when I hit the button that took me back out to the library page in my kindle app. I think I cried all through making my lunch.
It isn't often I say something like this, but it didn't end exactly
the way I wanted it to, but Tracy made it okay. And it shed light on parts of my life I really didn't want to look at, but it was cathartic at the same time.
I honestly don't know how she does it. It's quite a gift. These people are so real to me after reading their stories I feel like I could take over some brownies and join in one of their parties.
I promise, the writing will draw you in and keep you the whole way. If it doesn't, you may need to re-examine your heart. (okay, that's a joke, but seriously...)
Thanks to NetGalley for providing me with a review copy.