“Do not fear, we’ll be together soon, love OXOX”
These were the words written on the note given to Chaplain Roger Sorenson. The man who had given him the note was the father of a daughter named Emma and the girl was fighting to survive giving birth.
For almost twenty years Emma had claimed she received notes from her mother. The one shared with Chaplain Roger had been discovered on the bedside table after Emma was wheeled into the delivery room. Emma’s mother died when the girl was five.
“There’s only one way Emma can be with her mother,” the father Ben, had claimed. “She has to die. My daughter will die tonight.”
Chaplain Roger reread the note and wanted to know, “why me?” He was a volunteer; he didn’t get paid for providing comfort at the hospital. He worked at a boys’ home and he hadn’t had a good day. Then, he had argued with his wife before coming to the hospital and frankly, he questioned the existence of God.
The last thing he wanted on a rainy night was to sit through the hours with a distraught father who was convinced his daughter would die.
Does life continue after we die? Is it possible to communicate with family after we cross over? Do those who go before us still care about us?
These are the questions that will be answered for Roger, Ben the father and, of course, Emma.
jeanmon on Amazon wrote:
I love books that 'get my attention' right off the bat and hold it...this book did that! I love books that have 'meaning to them'...this book did! I love books that are 'inspiring and inspirational'....this book is! I love books that are 'easy to read and understand'....this 'author, my friend D.' did that! (when authors start using such big, very well educated verbiage, I get lost and don't understand like I would like to) Who's to say that this type of incident 'could' not happen??? I honestly feel as though it could happen, and I truly feel that it has happened. The veil is very thin between this life on earth and Heaven, I believe this. I do believe that there are loved ones on the other side of the veil that really are looking out for us, in one way or another. I also know that the closer we are to our Heavenly Father, the better the chance is that we will actually realize and feel the love and support and help of our loved ones that have either passed on before us or those yet to come. I love reading inspirational books to help me continue to stay close to a loving Heavenly Father. Thank You Delos for your insight to this wonderful novel.
Mike Richardson on Amazon wrote:
It was a captivating book with a great surprise ending. As one reads the book, one can picture several outcomes, none of which would be particularly uplifting. However, with a very clever twist, one walks away feeling very satisfied with the outcome. I would definitely recommend this book to others.
Outstanding! This has to be the most talented writer I've come across. This book is gripping and this authors writing style and descriptive detail draw you in as if you were watching a High Definition movie. This book had me in tears, you won't be disappointed!