Young Grace Okoye was a promising dancer when her career suddenly ended. Twenty years later, her past trips up her happiness and she returns home in search of grace. What she discovers is a man who moves to her tempo. She's found the love of her life---but must she choose between him and God? 368 pages, softcover from Revell.
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Customer Reviews for Rhythms of Grace
Review 1 for Rhythms of Grace
Couldn't read it
Date:October 25, 2013
In all fairness I have to say that I couldn't read the entire book. I am an avid reader, averaging a book a week. This book begins so disturbingly that I had to put it down - I can't remember a time where I did that before. I also have a reading partner that I share all my books with, and without telling her anything, she returned it to me and said she couldn't read it. The book sounded so interested and I was excited to read but alas it ended up in the trash.
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Review 2 for Rhythms of Grace
Date:October 1, 2012
This book was very good, it was like reading a soap opera in a good way.
really enjoyed reading this book. the characters were real and though hurtful things happened to some of them and others made gross mistakes the message of hope remained alive. I love the theme of redemption that is woven into the stories of each character, that God will meet us where we are and make something beautiful of our lives despite all the darkness. I also loved their teacher who believed in and loved her students against all the odds. In short it is a wonderful book and i highly recommend it.
I enjoyed Rhythm of Grace and it's fluid dynamics. Although it left quite a bit unanswered setting up a sequel. Anyone that enjoys the diversity of art, expression and creative culture and it's challenges in a small town atmosphere will enjoy this. I was pleasantly surprised.
I did have trouble with this particular book locking up on the ipad2. This has more to do with software development I'm sure.