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The Pearl I applaud this author for consistantly writting higher concept books for christian readers There s so muchto life than romance I am glad I didn t come across this book until now, and am also thankful I didn t read it before now having had lost a baby of my own 12 years ago I don t think I could have handled it before AEH did an amazing job of expressing how it feels to have lost a child, the overwhelming pain and despair and most importantly asking God Why and never receiving an answer Also, the way AEH wrote the grieving process for the other family members, each in their own way, was handled very well AEH wrote I am glad I didn t come across this book until now, and am also thankful I didn t read it before now having had lost a baby of my own 12 years ago I don t think I could have handled it before AEH did an amazing job of expressing how it feels to have lost a child, the overwhelming pain and despair and most importantly asking God Why and never receiving an answer Also, the way AEH wrote the grieving process for the other family members, each in their own way, was handled very well AEH wrote with sensitivity and empathy about the loss of a child, and it made me wonder if she lost one herself.I also appreciated how AEH shifted viewpoints from the other family members, and having the mother s POV in first person was especially fitting for completely understanding her mindset on processing the grief and all that encompasses, and her fall into an illogical and irrational decisions I do not want to give away what happens throughout the story, but everything that did happen was natural in that nothing was forced, or far fetched Even saying all that, I do think the ending was a little too neat and tidy because of the subject matter of this novel, but it was satisfying.I highly recommend this book, but be prepared for the heart wrenching grieving I didn t enjoy this one very much The lead woman was too headstrong for my liking. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I was pulled into the story of a woman who suddenly loses her son until she decides to pursue cloning him What crap It was published in 2003, and I can t remember cloning being a deeply controversial topic nine years ago Sorely disappointed since I did enjoy another of this author s books earlier this summer Don t know if I ll give anyof hers a try though, this one was that bad. The Pearl is full of the unexpected I found myself lost in the emotions of the characters Having faced unexpected loss myself, I was captivated by the expressions of emotions so different from mine, and yet just as genuine and understandable At the same time, the author alerted me to a world I didn t know existed In order to not spoil the plot for you, I ll not explain You will have to read the book to experience it. Life is Precious We should never take our days or our families for granted, as life can change in an instant Only God knows the number of our days.I had just finished reading The Truth teller, and loved the story of Hunter and was ready to hear about Scott Daniel when all of a sudden his life is in God s hands I cried, I was heart broken, angry frustrated and relieved when finally trusting in God s will took hold.Always trust in God s will not our will I think maybe it s because of the subject matter, I didn t care a lot for the story This is a well written book and I typically love this author s work, so I m sure it s because I couldn t relate, that the book was just all right to me Cloning is too far out there for my thought process to enjoy I definitely plan to continue to readnovels by this author. She had the perfect life until the accident Now science offers an opportunity to replace what she has lost but at what cost Diana and Steve Sheldon had it all successful careers, nice home, a lovely teenage daughter, an adorable five year old son But when a freak accident ravages their happy family, Diana, a professional radio counselor, finds herself viewing the world through new eyes of grief and accepting ideas and situations she would have considered unacceptable only a few weeks beforeWhen a research foundation offers to restore her loss through a medical marvel, Diana is convinced she has found the answer to her family s anguish Determined to sacrifice anything that stands between her and healing for her broken heart, she proceeds along a dangerous course, never dreaming that healing might prove destructive than hurtAs timely as today s newspaper, The Pearl is an honest, heart rending look at life and faith through a contemporary mother s eyes I picked up this book to push myself out of my comfort zone I was pleasantly surprised by the story and the way it was handled as it follows the story of a woman forced to reassess her life long religious beliefs after the untimely death of her young son, which upturn her family s life and her career. A compelling, sad, sweet tale of family, loss, forgiveness, and the final submission of ego When 5 year old Scotty is killed in an accident, his Mom thinks he s gone, but is he Can she get him back in some form But at what cost


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