"Flora and Grace" is a book written by Maureen Lee, a British novelist. "Flora and Grace" is set in the summer of 1944 in Switzerland. Flora finds herself holding a baby in a train station after his mother gave him to her before she was taken to a concentration camp. This book is an amazing representaion of how complex our lives can be, and how we do not live separate lives; we interact with each other. This book clearly represents how our lives can be affected by such drastic and unexpected factors, just like what happened to Flora. It also teaches us about the beauty of motherhood; this love is taught through the way Flora loves the boy as if she was her actual mother. Also, this connection between a mother and her son is best shown through the sacrifice Grace (the baby's mother) made by saving her son's life, no matter how hard it was for her.