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4.0 out of 5 stars A character Driven Story., 12 Jan 2012
Michelle Routledge "Shell" (England) - See all my reviews
When Arthur's brother becomes seriously ill, his parents pray around his hospital bed for his recovery. His Father is convinced that God heard his prayers and so becomes a Born Again Christian. As time goes by, Arthur becomes more distant from his Father, whilst his brother, being younger, is more easily influenced. Arthur's Mother is caught between all members of her family and tries to keep the peace.
This novel is enhanced by being slower paced, as it gives time for the characters and their relationships to really develop beautifully. Arthur is so calm and level-headed as life and the people he cares for seem to cause him constant problems, but he also has some solid people to depend on, his Grandmother and next door neighbor who are always on his side and give him constant support. The characters and their relationships are what make this book, but it also has a solid story and a terrific ending.
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