"It sounded at first like something out of an old horror movie. I thought maybe someone was just playing around, but then I heard it again and again, a loud piercing cry, and less like Hollywood every time. The windows were down in my police cruiser on that warm fall day, but I still couldn’t tell where the sounds came from. I began looking around for the unlikely sight of someone being disemboweled in a mall parking lot on a Saturday afternoon. Seeing nothing, and still hearing the screams, I called in a 'disturbance'. Around the next corner I found the source of the commotion...."
This book is a must read for anyone who has ever loved someone with a disability. While it is a short book, it is packed with information and encouragement. I didn't want to stop listening. I will share this with others who are touched by disability.
It represents unconditional love, commitment, faithfulness, determination, weariness, hope, peace, salvation, and assurance that even in disability-there is God.
The narrator reads it as though it is his own story. It is a very intimate view into this family's life. If you listen to this book, you will be changed.