Reading Review: Unexpected Paths
June 18, 2012Posted by on
Two Rivers by T. Greenwood
Even in Vermont, the racism of the deep south alters the life of one man in several unexpected ways. From the murder of his mother to a murder he commits to a surprise house guest that forever changes his life.
Two Rivers was an enjoyable read. It did quite a bit of skipping around in time, but once you figure that out its easy to keep up. Not necessarily for young readers as some of the scenes and themes are quite graphic and violent. Still, it tells a great story of the healing power of forgiveness – both of yourself and from others – and of the small world we live in where a complete stranger can be more connected to your life than anyone else.
Forgiveness. Love. Second chances. A good read.
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