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Three deaths in three years. His mother. His best friend. And now, his two-year-old daughter.

In this moving story, a Christian author goes to a retreat center to grieve and face the hard questions about God that he is asking in the wake of these losses. If you have ever felt alone, betrayed, abandoned - if you have found yourself asking God why - this novel may be a source of hope. And if you have ever wondered what heaven is like, this book provides a beautiful vision. A Room of Marvels is a masterful, dreamlike tale that speaks to the eternal in the midst of our most painful earthly losses. This expanded edition of the beloved book has a new afterword from James Bryan Smith. Finding your room of marvels will give you reason to live. Again.

©2007 James Bryan Smith (P)2020 eChristian

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Heavenly Healing

I have read many books about heaven, but none have touched me more deeply than Room of Marvels. It is the book I have reread many times over the years. I recommend it to others when they struggle with grief, pain and unanswered questions. After reading it for the forth time it makes me want to love others more deeply. For truly the greatest of these is love.