A book that explores unrelenting faith, anguish, forgiveness, and the extraordinary redemptive power of love, God from the Grave, is a son's intimate personal journey to make sense of a shockingly brief two-year odyssey with cancer ending in his mother's loss. Tyler Rambeau's book is about the human condition, the pain and suffering of losing those who are emotionally tied to us, and what it means to accept and commit to catharsis.
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About the Author
Tyler Rambeau has lived in the Cayman Islands, Hawaii, Charleston, South Carolina, Argentina, and has traveled extensively through six Latin American countries and Greece. To raise money for cancer research, he participated in, and completed, a bicycle ride from Austin, Texas to Anchorage, Alaska. In addition to novels, Tyler also writes short creative pieces, poetry and his own music as a self taught musician. Rambeau holds a Bachelor's Degree in political science from the University of Hawaii and currently lives in Austin.