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Robert Pascuzzi: ‘The Ravine’ book review
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Robert Pascuzzi: ‘The Ravine’ book review

This powerful novel has been compared to The Shack but is more along the lines of a true crime read than a spiritual experience. The way the story’s tragedy, a murder, weaves the lives of the people affected is where the story thrives. The book takes us backwards through the events and betrayals that happened before the crime, a la the movie Crash. Due to a somewhat sluggish dialogue-laden midsection, the ending seems a bit rushed—but this story of forgiveness is a beautiful message of the light that hope can carry into the depths of darkness.

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Grace Aspinwall
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Grace Cartwright Aspinwall has been involved in the music industry since the age of sixteen, when she became the street team director for Crosseyed Concerts. She also completed a six month internship with Innerstar Studios, a booking agency for hard rock Christian acts. In 2006, Grace took a position with Christian Music Planet magazine as a freelance music critic, offering her a way to influence the music world through writing. When the magazine went online in 2006, she was given a freelance position at CCM magazine.