TIDAL GRACE by Eric J. Chambers
Tidal Grace is the coming-of-age story of a young man whose colorful Father and Grandpa taught him about the simple arts of salmon fishing and life, while trolling beneath canyon walls on a narrow coastal river. Set in a small Oregon logging town in the 1980s, Tidal Grace speaks of life unfiltered—loggers and tall timber, the natural world, frozen hands and shaking salmon rods, God, love, redemption, and forgiveness. One is left wondering if just maybe God might be a fun guy, who can find us in both sanctuaries and salmon skiffs.
Tidal Grace is an authentic story about triumph and pain, growing up, and carving out a unique worldview. It is a narrative about life lived devoid of shallow breaths, in nature, doing real things like laughing, loving, hurting, and being together. Tidal Grace is iconic Oregon, it’s real-life, questioning, and uplifting, in a style reminiscent of Donald Miller. In Tidal Grace we see that God is love, and Salmon are grace.
Softbound; 6 x 9; 152 pages; Black & White with a 16-page color insert
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