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Book review by Kaseta, Inmate, Wakulla Correctional, Wakulla, Florida
This is the story of one young woman’s struggle with her faith, and how she eventually comes to have great faith in God. She’s a business woman and a daughter who is dealing with her father’s illness. Ultimately it’s a story of faith that gives us the victory.
The author’s purpose is to strengthen all caregivers and encourage everyone to believe in miracles no matter how much we want not to.
The themes discussed are angels, saints, God, faith, loneliness and helplessness.
The main point is to help you to believe in angels and miracles.
The author stands firm in the controversial issues of angels and miracles and how an angel can be someone very unlikely to your way of thinking.
I enjoyed this book thoroughly. I couldn’t put it down…just one more page…just one more page. It kept my attention the whole way through. HAVE FAITH!
You can find out more about Kerriann Flanagan Brosky and her book The Medal, a novel by visiting her website at www.padrepiomedal.com
Six-time, award winning author Kerriann Flanagan Brosky, has been featured in a number of publications including The New York Times, Newsday and Distinction magazine. She has appeared on CBS' Sunday Morning Show, as well as on local television and radio shows. Kerriann was the host of a weekly Internet radio show on Blogtalk Radio, and she blogged for many years for Patch.com. She is currently a columnist for Village Connection magazine and a contributor to Edible Long Island.
Kerriann is President Emeritus of the Long Island Authors Group, and is a well-known speaker who draws standing-room-only crowds to her lectures. She is currently working on her seventh book. Kerriann lives in Huntington, Long Island, and when she's not writing she enjoys spending time at the beach with her husband Karl and their two sons. The Medal is her debut novel.
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