I am sorry but I thought this book was so boring Constantly the same things were repeated Not much happened for this to fill a whole book After the crime and accident occurred I already wondered what now no court case, so what will this book be about next well not much It is interesting until page 90 then it gets boring Sorry very badly written book I did not like it but will give it 2 stars because of the first 70 pages although even then i got annoyed by the way the author was constan I am sorry but I thought this book was so boring Constantly the same things were repeated Not much happened for this to fill a whole book After the crime and accident occurred I already wondered what now no court case, so what will this book be about next well not much It is interesting until page 90 then it gets boring Sorry very badly written book I did not like it but will give it 2 stars because of the first 70 pages although even then i got annoyed by the way the author was constantly praising Sarah Brady No I am going to give it just 1 star It does not deserve anything.Eva what did you do to me recommending this crap hahahahahaha I read the book in hopes that I would learnabout the crime than I did from tv Not the case I thought the writing style was repetitive and in my opinion, they just needed to write enough to fill a required number of pages There was alot of medical and legal jargin that went on for page after page and it hardly seemed necessary The true story was horrible, but it could have been told in just a few pages I don t recommend this book. While my heart broke for Sarah and the experience she went through, this book did not keep my interest at all. This really is 3.5stars Good writing style flowed through very easily. Interesting story that took place in my hometown, but the book itself is terribly written Luckily you can skim it to get the story. The story is tragic and horrifying and does deserve its own book, but not this one This book was poorly written and repetitive to the point where even I noticed when I usually don t until someone else mentions it first. Nine months into her pregnancy, Sarah Brady receives a phone call out of the blue from another expectant mother named Sarah Brody The woman informs her they have both signed up for the same gift registry, and due to their similar names gifts meant for Brady have mistakenly been sent to Brody s address What seems to be an amusing mix up is, in fact, a deadly trap When Brady stops by the woman s apartment to retrieve the gifts, she is instead confronted by a knife wielding Kate Smith Brady instinctively fights back, and the struggle for the knife becomes a fight to the death leaving police to determine whether the attack was an act of self defense or murderOne of only three people in the United States to survive an attempted fetus theft, Sarah Brady tells her incredible story for the first time in Saving Grace I feel for Sarah Brady and those she loves the story is a sad and in many ways amazing tale It could have been told in a lot less words and without repeating the same thing over and over. I find true crime interesting, so I thought I might enjoy this book I couldn t have beenwrong The writign is atrocious. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Sarah Brady was a true hero Katie Smith was a real villain Sarah fought for life and her unborn baby s.