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Posted January 18, 2009
This book must have been the hardest, gut wrenching form of therapy a mother has to go through. I was hooked after the first page and that doesn't happen very often. Mrs. Alexander was very honest about a very personal issue involving her family and I can't believe she had the guts to expose her agony for the world to read. I hope that this book helps parents everywhere understand that children are a blessing from God and it is our responsibility to never give up on them. To Sue and Ken, I can only imagine the pain you have experienced and to know that you never turned your backs on God. My wish to you that you continue growing in your faith. Thank you so much for writing this book, I hope you keep on writing, I will definitely be a repeat fan.
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Posted January 9, 2009
Alisa is beautiful - even gorgeous. She loves babies and small pets. She sings and dances so perfectly. She loves to laugh and make others laugh as well. Petite and delicate, sweet and delightful, she believes in God and Jesus Christ. <BR/>Her beloved Nana dies when she is just nine years old leaving her devastated. She becomes a runaway, a drug abuser - promiscuous and drops out of school. Try as they may, her family cannot reach her and her sisters stop trying. What is a mother to do? What would become of this Fallen Angel.<BR/>A story no mother should have to write and a must read for all adolescents especially those who thing they are invincable, daring or vulnerable.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 17, 2009
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