The Road

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Tate Publishing, Aug 1, 2007 - Fiction - 509 pages
2 Reviews
The Road takes you on Lacey's journey and leaves you wanting a deeper understanding of the significance of each character to Lacey, why some love her unconditionally while others hate her innocence. The Road for Lacey Rutledge begins with her first memory at two years old and maps the path she travels within a small town in Western North Carolina. Raised by her parents, grandparents and extended family, as was common in the 30s, her story is filled with colorful characters who unknowingly help establish the woman she becomes. Her Pappy is a man deeply devoted to the things of God and captures Lacey's complete affection, thus causing her to search for her own spiritual destiny. However, having that pure heart of a child, but faced with a world of prejudiced views, Lacey finds herself being singled out by a town full of preconceived ideas and religious bigotry, fighting for what is right and against those things that are wrong in the eyes of God.
  

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User Review  - BKWatson - Christianbook.com

The Road weaves us through the life of a young girl growing up with strong values and faith. Through her experiences the reader is reminded to listen to our heart's inner voice and faith and make the right choices in living our lives. It is inspiring and interesting, and a positive influence. Read full review

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User Review  - Tracy Hines - Christianbook.com

You can't help to put all your attention and heart into this book once you begin traveling down the road Lacy did. I was amazed at how much I have learned about God and what all He can do for us just ... Read full review

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