Death Brings Life
The entire storyline touch me as I am a recipiant of a families loss which gave me a new lease on life. This book, I believe adiquitly touches on the feelings of a family who suffers great loss, but through their faith in God can continue to live, knowing that they have given new life and meaning to so many other people through organ donation. It also gives readers a very good perspective on how those of us who receive the organs from a family's loved one feel. There are no words to describe the thankfulness, joy & yet sorrow we as recipiants feel for the families whose loved ones had to die to give us new life. It reminds me everyday of the sacrifice that Christ made for us and Karen Kingsbury had brought her faith in God more alive and poiniannt in this book dealing with life, death and new life more than in any of her other books.
The expressions that both readers show in this book are amazing. They made me feel as if I were part of the scenes they were reading. I could feel the struggle the family was going through when choosing to donate the organs of Klorisa, yet know it was the right thing to do. I felt the joy as the family heard how the organs would help others and both readers just made the book come alive for me. They are both awsome readers.
That is such a difficult question to answer because the majority of them were very special to me, but I would probably have to say either Ashley or Dane. These two showed amazing strength even in their pain, yet were always supporting those around them.
The only thing I could say is the Baxter family books can't end here, we need to hear of the children & grand children as they continue to grow. This review was written by my wife who also enjoyed the book.
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