Author(s): John Edward
A warm and poignant story about one family and how it handles life, love, and death over the generations.
In this reissue of his first novel, John Edward draws upon his vast experience with people throughout the world--and their loved ones who have crossed over--to create an enduring tale that will touch the heart of anyone who reads it.
Timothy Callahan comes from a large Italian American family that delights in big gatherings, as well as Grandma Rosie's famous meatball recipe. But above all else, the Callahans love one another. So when Timothy learns that his mother is dying of cancer, he begins to ponder the afterlife--and flashes back to his childhood, when his mother explained that God was the sun, an epiphany that becomes more tangible as her illness progresses.
From this simple, but very human premise, John Edward sends a comforting message about everlasting love that bridges even death. A perfect gift for the holidays, or to give to those who are open to afterlife discussions or are grieving the loss of a loved one.