We were sent a review copy of A Country Between so that we might read it and tell all our readers about it.
A Country Between is the true story of a woman who set out to be a nun who met a monk-in-training and fell in love. The book is written like a letter from a mother to her child.
The author began writing the book when she found out she was pregnant with her first child. She wrote a series of letters to the child in a notebook to be given to the child when he grew older and could understand a little more about where he came from and the story of his early life.
The readers will be taken on a journey through the war-torn Middle East as the author and her husband struggle to find their place in the world.
This book is well written and easy to read. The reader may well begin to feel like they are a part of this tiny family just like this tiny family became a part of a bigger family when they moved into an old monastery.
If one is looking to learn a little more about life where cultures come together, this book may help. We have worked for families from the general area and have learned that it is a very important thing for friends and relatives to come and visit the baby at home soon after the baby is born. One sees that in this story as well.
If you would like for me to pray for you, please drop me an e-mail by clicking prayer.
Please Visit My Child Bride Suzanne's Blog
I respond to all approved comments on this blog, ideally within 24 hours. Please check back here for a response to your comment. Thank you!
Please be advised that all the information in this course is provided to educate, enlighten, and broaden your views in life. The information provided is not a substitute for medical, legal, dietary, financial/accounting, or religious professionals.
Always consult a professional before you act on any of the information you find in this course.
The opinions or advice listed in this blog or website should be used as a place to start only. It is not a substitute for the use of a professional.
Please be sure to consult your attorney, accountant, and/or other professionals with any specific questions.
There is no one right answer to any business question that will cover all circumstances.