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The Song of Copper Creek Paperback – June 1, 2017
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Grace has suffered so much heartbreak- honestly, I can't even imagine a scenario such as hers. Grief and devastation have been her constant companion for eighteen months and now she is taking a huge step outward by moving across the country to try something new- some different that will hopefully help piece back together her broken parts. Grace is strong and has so much courage. She is a fantastic character. Her loss has given her a level of empathy and kindness that cannot be replicated any other way.
The farm setting was serene and the perfect place for Grace. Hard work and being surrounded by good people gave way to healing for Grace. The pacing is slow and sometimes I found the very detailed explanations of planting or yarn making to be too lengthy for my taste. This wasn't a book that sucked me in from the beginning and held me tight, but it was soothing and calming. Grace's journey is a very satisfying one involving healing and hope.
Content: LDS fiction- some religious elements
- I received a copy of this book from the publisher. All opinions expressed are my own.
(I received a complimentary copy of the book; all opinions in this review are my own)
I was taken aback by the gentle, tranquil feeling of this story. I can only compare it to a comfort food or something like Anne of Green Gables (without the precocious red-head). Through farming, simple living, acceptance, and pure love, Grace is finally able to begin to know peace and to extend that feeling to others around her who desperately need it.
This rag-tag assembly of characters wrapped themselves around my heart and found myself wishing for a summer exactly like this one, from the setting to the friends. The vivid descriptions and imagery stayed planted in my mind, long after I finished the story.
There's not a lot of romance, some hints here and there, but I was still completely captivated and enchanted by this story.
Content: mild+ religious elements; extremely mild romance.
*I received a copy from the publisher, which didn't affect my thoughts. All opinions are my own.*
I really liked Grace. I liked the way the reader was able to see her grow throughout the book. I liked that her life hadn't been perfect, but she was trying to move on and figure herself out again. I liked that she was willing to work and work hard. And I thought she did a great job as a missionary to her friends.
Grace was the main character, you saw things through the eyes of basically her, although there was a few spots that you see the story through the eyes of Matt, later in the book. I honestly can say this was a bit strange, he's not a love interest of Grace at all. I wasn't quite sure why he was showing up as a main-ish character.
I liked the plot of this one. It was interesting and kept me wondering what would happen to Grace and her friends.
This was a great book. I think it's more considered women's fiction versus a romance like I read a lot of. I enjoyed reading it! I really hope that eventually we find out what happens to Grace, Matt, Mason, and the rest of the characters!