Feb 6, 2012

Review ~ After the Snow Falls by Carey Jane Clark

About the Book:
In the middle of a soccer drill, in an awful, awkward moment, Celia Bennett’s eight-year-old son Caleb lands on his face and chest in the grass. The diagnosis blindsides her, bringing her face-to-face with every parent’s worst nightmare.
Desperate to save her son’s life, Celia pursues a cure through alternative medicine, but her quest ends in frustration and disappointment. Facing despair, hope walks in on the most unlikely set of legs, when her father returns after a 30-year absence. Can she release pain to embrace hope? Will it make a difference, or is it too late?

Read the First Chapter! 

My Review:
After the Snow Falls is a well-written and compelling story of faith, hope, and forgiveness.  I must warn you, that it is an emotional read, so make sure to have some tissues handy.  This story grabbed my heartstrings from the beginning, and I was completely immersed in the story until the very end.  I could not put it down.  The main characters have such difficult decisions to make, and when they embrace their faith in God, amazing things happen.  But to get to that point is the hardest part of all.  I kept thinking of my 3 kids and what I would think, or do, or feel if a similar situation happened with any of them.  After the Snow Falls is an inspirational read for anyone who loves an emotional story with well-written characters and real-to-life issues. 


“Carey Jane Clark is a new voice in inspirational fiction, and definitely one to watch. Her picturesque prose and compelling characters makes After the Snow Falls a riveting story, one that will remain with readers long after closing the final page.”
- Kathi Macias, author Deliver Me From Evil

Carey's Website:   http://www.afterthesnowfalls.com/

You can Find After the Snow falls:

Amazon.com Barnes and Noble, Goodreads, Library Thing,

About the Author:
Carey Jane Clark is a homeschool mother by day, writer by night. The
writing bug afflicted her early in life. The first two stories she recalls
writing were about kidnapped insects and dancing pumpkins. (It's been a
few years since those stories were penned.)

Now, she writes to inspire courage, hope and conviction. After the Snow
Falls is her first novel.

She shares the adventure of her life with her husband and three children.

*I received a free ebook copy of this story for this review.  Please see my Policy & Disclosure Page for more info.

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