Even though loss is universal, grief is so personal that no two people experience it exactly the same way.
September Vaudrey and her family have opened up their story of love and grief in the pages of this book. September introduces us to her daughter, Katie, and tells us how the world shifted when Katie died.
This will be a very healing book for a reader who has tread the waters of great loss.
Perhaps the best thing is that the Vaudrey family hasn't written a self-help "recovery" manual. They've just given us a glimpse into their mourning, the ways they moved through pain, and the world they found on the other side of loss.
I thank Tyndale for my review copy.