Home Another Way (Google eBook)

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Bethany House, Oct 1, 2008 - Fiction - 352 pages
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After her mother's death and her father's abandonment, tiny infant Sarah Graham was left to be raised by her emotionally distant grandmother. As a child she turned to music for solace and even gained entrance to Juilliard. But her potentially brilliant music career ended with an unplanned pregnancy and the stillborn birth of her child.

In an attempt to escape the past, Sarah, now twenty-seven, is living life hard and fast--and she is flat broke. When her estranged father dies, she travels to the tiny mountain hamlet of Jonah, New York, to claim her inheritance. Once there, she learns her father's will stipulates a six-month stay before she can receive the money. Fueled by hate and desperation, Sarah settles in for the bitter mountain winter, and as the weeks pass, she finds her life intertwining with the lives of the simple, gracious townsfolk. Can these strangers teach Sarah how to forgive and find peace?

A story of grace, of God's never-ceasing love, and the sometimes flawed, faithful people He uses to bring His purposes to pass.

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User Review  - Cynthia - Goodreads

I liked it... I was little disappointed in the ending. Still, I would like to read more by this author, especially if there is a sequel to this book. Read full review

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User Review  - Penny Fox - Goodreads

I loved the main character and how sassy she was. I loved the roughness of some of the other characters too. I really hope she revisits these characters because I hated the ending but loved so many of the characters. Read full review

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About the author (2008)

Previously an award-winning Associated Press reporter, Christa Parrish now teaches literature and writing to high school students, is a homeschool mom, and lives near Saratoga Springs, New York. This is her first novel.

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