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The Chance

A Novel

by Karen Kingsbury

The Chance by Karen Kingsbury
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  • Published in USA  Mar 2013
    352 pages
    Genre: Novels

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Molinda C. (Suffolk, VA) (03/09/13)

Predictable
In the first 10 pages you absolutely know how the book is going to end. No plot spoiler here. The thing that kept me reading was that the story that was told is one I am always interested in reading. I like knowing that people...even fictional people...can overcome their bad decisions and petty ways and come out the other side. If you prefer Christian novels and predictability then you will enjoy this book.
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