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by Charles Martin

Genre: Inspirational, Mainstream

2007 Inspirational Novel Award Winner

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Martin's lyrical prose captivates the reader from the first page to the last. His skillful character development and ability to make the languid Southern setting a part of the story elevate this novel to the keeper shelf.

Chase, a newspaper reporter from a small Georgia town, was raised by foster parents. This makes him uniquely able to identify with a young boy, found at the site of an accident involving a train and a car. The woman in the car is dead, and the boy is covered with signs of persistent long-term abuse. He also seems to be unable to speak, yet he draws with uncanny
aptitude. As Chase begins to connect with the boy, he finds himself on a
journey of discovery as both of them search for their true identities. (THOMAS NELSON, Jun., 356 pp., $22.99)

Reviewed By: Melissa Parcel

Publisher: Thomas Nelson

Published: June 2007

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