Young Grace has Powers. That is, she can tell people’s futures, and she knows when something important is happening somewhere else. She considers this a gift from God, but her fundamentalist pastor father disagrees. He tries to get her to stop it, but she can’t. And therein lies the tale. I found this book to be delightful. I don’t have Powers, but I grew up in a Southern Baptist family, and my dad would have reacted the same way as the father in this book if I had had them. The book is filled with heart, and I loved it. I would recommend it to anyone. I don’t think of it as young adult, even though teenagers would like it. Grace is young, yes, but she has the wisdom of a timeless being. Adults will love it, too.