My favorite line from the book is found on p. 238:
“Faith to Jane was not something to be bargained with or leveraged. It was to be as subtle and unstoppable as the beating of your own heart.”The theme of the book is choices and how much power we all have over our own. Jane’s faith was one of three significant choices she made in her short life. I appreciated the way Meissner used Jane’s story to show that even when our choices are severely limited, we still are able to choose what really matters in the end.
Thank you, Waterbrook Multnomah Publishers, for sending this book for my review. I am sure I will read it again!