Physiotherapist Esther Macdonald is living the Australian dream, and it doesn’t surprise her.
After all, her father has always said, “Follow Jesus and be blessed.” But at twenty-eight, her world shatters. Everyone assures her God will come through for her, but what happens when he doesn’t? Has she offended God? Is her faith too small? So many conflicting explanations.
Will finding the truth cost her the people closest to her heart?
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It's very rare when I come across a new writer (to me) who makes me wait with bated breath for her next novel ...Moving, inspirational and motivating ...If you want to read a story you won't be able to put down this year, make it this one!
Inspiring and moving ... this book will stir you to reflect deeply about your faith and relationship with God. Yet it is an easy and enjoyable read - I read it in one sitting.
If you have ever grappled with the big questions of life, 'Why does God allow suffering? Do I deserve to be forgiven? What is the true God really like?' this book is for you. With a gripping story-line and excellent theology this book is a 'must' read.
A read-in-a-single-sitting book. Strongly Christian. Deeply engaging. It will have you smiling and tearing up in equal measure, yet avoids schmaltz or cliched sentimentality. Not afraid to tackle big issues while telling you a captivating story.
This book is about 'The Question' - what life is about and what is most important. In-depth wrestling with hard questions that have even harder answers. The exploration of complex ideas in plain conversations that one can actually imagine taking place.
This is the best book I’ve read so far this year! I had to keep reading to see what happened next. The book raises a lot of questions as to what the Christian faith really is.Great book and unusual plot. Highly recommended.
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