Grace by Morris Gleitzman

Grace’s family belong to an Orthodox church. An Orthodox church where you don’t ask questions, females don’t cut their hair and you aren’t allowed to touch anybody who does not belong to the church. Grace’s family don’t agree. And they say so. But then Grace begins to sin. They say she was encouraged by her father, and they expel him from the church. But what will it take to get him back?

Morris Gleitzman writes in such a different style to his other series that I wondered if it was the same author. Each style suits each book, and Gleitzman manoeuvres his technique to structurally bring out more from each book. However, an improvement would be a description of a daily scene at church as it would help to understand what it was like.

I hope you enjoy this as much as I did!

 

Grace by Morris Gleitzman

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