26 Years to Eternity described as an ‘unforgettable story’
A review of 26 Years to Eternity is published in this month's Woman Alive Book Club column.
Amy Boucher Pye’s book club, a popular column in Woman Alive, included a review from one a reader, who described how Lizzie’s story, ‘evoked in me tears, laughter and many other emotions’ and the experience of reading about her journey through grief was ‘unforgettable’.
We pray that, just like Chris, you’ll be moved and encouraged by 26 Years to Eternity. For a copy of your own, click here.
‘This is an unforgettable story which I encourage you to read’
About the Book
A MOTHER MEETS WITH A COUNSELLOR TO TALK ABOUT HER SON’S TRAGIC DEATH – AND THE QUESTIONS SHE IS ASKING GOD.
“Thames Valley Police is appealing for information following a fatal collision in Finchampstead this morning. … The driver of the Nissan, a 33-year-old man from Hampshire, was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.” – ITV NEWS
When a young Christian teacher, active and well-loved in his community, was killed during a traffic accident, his mother Lizzie found herself struggling to make sense of all that had happened, particularly from a faith perspective.
In a series of discussions with a fictional counsellor, Lizzie tells her true story, sharing memories of her son that will make you laugh and cry, but also tackling head-on issues of suffering, loss, forgiveness and hope. As we sit in on these counselling sessions, we join Lizzie on her journey of asking questions and deepening our understanding of God, of life and of eternity.