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  • Sally Leach

    So worth reading. Amazing Book.

  • Wanda Williams

    “Make of it what you will.” For book club last month one member chose the fiction novel Peace Like a River by Leif Enger; a book packed full of miracles, perfect for the Christmas holiday rapidly approaching. “There is magic in tack.” Reuben is a young boy who constantly finds his father performing faith-filled miracles from the day he was born—the doctor’s said he should never have survived his first night. Reuben’s younger sister instantly steals the show the moment she is introdu...

  • Giselle Sutherland

    Great book, can't wait to see the movie! "You don't see novels like this one very often. Peace Like a River reminds a reader of Kent Haruf's Plainsong or even Norman Maclean's A River Runs Through It. It's got that pure American loss of innocence theme, that belief in and fascination with miracles, that insistence on the goodness of men outside of the law." —Susan Salter Reynolds, Los Angeles Times Book Review

  • Donna Resseguie

    Peace Like a River by Leif Enger. One of my favorite books, if not my favorite.

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