"Boy, you and Job and Anne Frank . . . Believing despite the evidence"
Margaret Blair Young
This book tells the story of a 'traditional' Utah family in a not-so-traditional situation. The oldest daughter has left her husband and the mother is dying from MS. The father and two girls still at home struggle to take care of the mother and continue on with life. This book is about choices, struggles, faith, finding faith, losing faith, holding on to it despite everything. This book is about your faith being tried, about having hope for the future. Its about families and relationships. It's about life and its trials.
I really enjoyed this novel. It made me cry a lot-- especially at the end. However, right before I loved it, I hated it terrible. I couldn't understand why people would make such choices, how life could be so hard, why anyone would hurt someone else in that way. But then it ended. And it was beautiful. It gave me hope.