A Story of Love, Loss, and Rebirth
"A poignant yet thoughtful story of a sister's grief...paints a realistic portrait of isolation, emotional and spiritaul upheaval, and the eventual resolution of a brother's untimely death..."
Author Claire "Vimala" Anderson, whose own brother died in 1992, draws upon personal experience to build a poignant, yet thoughtful story of a young woman's reluctant initiation into the world of loss and grief. With her brother gone, and her faith utterly destroyed, a miraculous message from beyond the grave sets her on a path of self-discovery that leads her into a gradual rebirth of hope and faith.
"This is the book I longed for when I first learned that my brother had AIDS. I wanted someone who had already weathered the storm to send back a word of hope." This story is for the multitudes who have been left behind..."
...available at major online outlets...
"...A candid glimpse into the world of AIDS-related bereavement..."
--Erie Gay News
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--Paul Brown, "Probe" WQLN-FM, Erie, PA
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"...A book of hope and of life in the face of a death and a cruel dying."
--Jerry Trambley, Erie Times-News
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