Jeremy Full of Grace by Greta Cribbs – Review by Santana Hicks

Jeremy Full of GraceJeremy Full of Grace by Greta Cribbs
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This book was very touching to read. It surrounded the life of a seventeen year old boy growing up in something similar to a post apocalyptic world but still holding on to his beliefs and religion.

The book alternated between three different point of views. Jeremy, Ruth (Jeremy’s mother), and Leslie (a travelling midwife). All three characters were very likeable and easy to relate to.

There was a lot of Catholic religion in this story, a lot of tradition and a lot of easily to follow medical talk. It was subtle and by no means do you have to be religious to read this story. I certainly am not and I still was intrigued and touched by the story.

The only downfall, in my opinion, was that it ended to abruptly. The book mentioned a lot of the afterward of why Jeremy was impossibly pregnant, so I was waiting for what was to come. But it ended with the main event. Hopefully this is a series. I am very intrigued with who “they” are and what it all means in this new world!

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