When Hannah's life is turned upside down by losing her husband and oldest daughter in drunk driving accident. She has to hold together her life and keep her faith. Her other daughter Jenny survived the accident however, she is not dealing with it very well and thinks of suicide. The story is not a sugar coated book, it is told in a the way that makes the characters very real and true to life. Hannah has to deal with her faith and how she instantly stops believing in GOD. GOD would not do this to his good and faithful people.
I would recommend this book to everyone, it deals with how to accept your faith and forgiveness. It is very touching and moving. I would recommend to all ages and is a great book for a teenager to read because of the strong subject matter of drinking and driving. The book does an excellent job to show what victims have to go through and how GOD tests us of our faith.
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