Finding Grace by K.L. Slater

My rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Goodreads rating: 4.14 with 294 ratings (as of 2/24/2019)

The day after her ninth birthday, Lucie and Blake Sullivan agree, for the very first time, to let their daughter, Grace, make the four-minute walk back home alone from a friend’s house just down the street. 

They joke with friends about hiding behind bushes to ensure she is safe. But the joke turns sour when Grace does not appear.  …more

200 Word Review

I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book so I could give an honest review.

At what age do you allow your child to walk home from a friend’s house alone? It is an argument many couples have had for decades. In Finding Grace by K.L. Slater, Lucie and Blake Sullivan agree to allow Gracie to walk home from her friend’s house the day after her ninth birthday. What Gracie does not know is both sets of parents have agreed to watch her walk halfway. What could go wrong? It is a 5 minute walk, on the same street, and without her knowing, Gracie would be watched the whole time. Except Gracie never arrives home.

K.L. Slater writes about a fear parents are constantly worried about. Everyone has a past. Many of those prior events are ones we would like to keep hidden. She shows that every couple has secrets from each other and from the rest of the world.

She is able to reveal the main characters’ secrets in a way that I continued rooting for all of them to come out this alright.

Her novel is fast paced and difficult to put down. This is the 1st novel of hers I have read and have added her to my “author to read” list.

Review published on Philomathinphila.com, Smashbomb, Goodreads, Twitter, Facebook, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble on 2/24/19.

Genre: Thriller
Print Length: 342 pages
ISBN-13: 9781786817624
Publisher: Bookouture
Publication Date: February 14, 2019

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