Grace Graham runs when life gets tough. She runs from home when her mother dies, she runs from her job when she’s the cause of a failed business deal, and she runs from conventional immunizations when she hears mixed reports regarding their safety. But when her son Dylan contracts a disease that puts the lives of several small children at risk she must choose between her inclination to run from the social pressure she’s under and her responsibility to see her commitment through.
Kathryn Cushman does a remarkable job weaving a contemporary hot-button into a heart-wrenching story. While the question to immunize or not is never resolved, Kathryn provides detailed accounts for both sides and sheds light on two widely varied fields of thought. Meanwhile her characters are well-rounded, flawed, likable, and engaging. I enjoyed this book immensely and plan on sharing it soon.
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