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The Saving Graces

By Patricia Gaffney

The Saving Graces
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  • Hardcover: Jun 1999,
    416 pages.
    Paperback: Apr 2000,
    544 pages.

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Happily reading again (08/07/11)

Loved It!
This was the first time I had picked up a book in years and I loved it. I was so engrossed in the characters, and related to them all in one way or another.
Thank-you, you've got me wanting to read again. I'm onto my third book in as many weeks. I'm in heaven
Mi-con (10/28/10)

Book of treasure
This book consumed me... It took me in... Wonderful book, a book of never-ending treasures-- FRIENDSHIP.... I cried with it and then I was excited to flip over the pages and read on though my eyes sore... I can't miss a minute not reading it... It simply is a book of jewels... very heart-warming... Inspiring... Hope I could be someone like them in the next few years... =)
bon-bon (02/05/09)

,....great,....
.......great book with a great character....
I truly enjoyed reading it...........
........so touching and full of emotional scenes.
I can't help but love this book...........
.....fantastic......
Tara (11/24/04)

I found this book on the shelf at the Toronto airport.....just looking for something to pass the time as I had finished reading the book I had brought with me. I thought it would be some "light" reading, fairly short and easy. Boy - was I wrong! It is not the length....and it certainly was not technically hard to read....but the emotions that I began to feel right from the begining were overwhelming. I literally could not put it down. I am now buying 3 copies...one for each of my best friends to give them for Christmas. Thank you Patricia Gaffney - I look forward to reading your other novels.
Melanie (06/16/04)

At first glace I thought this book would be cheesy and shallow. It is anything but. What a great book for women. You'll certainly learn about yourself with this one.
Christine Owen (10/03/03)

I found this book on the shelf, when I had nothing else to read, i wasn't expecting much, but it was great, I've never read anything better, I really want to know what will happen to these amazing characters. The plot twists and turns like a snake, it was the most amazing experience! Once you start you can't stop!!!!
Kathi (12/26/02)

I recieved this book from my Mom. It truly is an excellent book and I could see myself in all of the characters. A great book on a vacation and also to pass a long to friends.
Tammy Feeney (10/13/02)

My sister gave me" The Saving Graces" to read, and I must say that it is the best book I have ever read. I really felt like I was part of the group. I laughed, I cried, and I completely related to everyone in the book. I say give Patricia Gaffney a 10 star rating so to speak cause she completely deserves it. Thank for reminding me about the "Emma" in me, I forgot she was there.
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