Marian P. Merritt - Lagniappe

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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Book Review - An Irishwoman's Tale

I met Patti Lacy over the internet a couple of years ago then in person at the ACFW conference in Dallas in September of 2007. After reading her debut novel, I saw her personal beauty shine through in the way she told this story. Patti has an awesome way with words. READ HER BOOK. You won't be disappointed...

Review of An Irishwoman's Tale:

Bravo to first time author, Patti Lacy! The story, the characters, the plot all gel to make An Irishwoman's Tale a book worth reading. Based on a true story, Patti has woven the elements of fact and fiction to take the reader through the life of Mary, a poor Irish girl whose life is a series of rejection and poor choices. But it is also a story of an unlikely friendship, of unselfish forgiveness, and God's amazing redemption. In this fast-paced world where reading is a luxury few can afford, this book, filled with deeply drawn characters, is definitely worth your time.

2 comments:

nettie-fudge said...

Hi there,

Sounds like a great book, but I'm so far behind in reading I'll never catch up with the stack I have. HA!!! Miss ya and hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving.

nettie

Marian Merritt said...

NETTIE!!!

So good to hear from you! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We had a good one.

I miss you too!