Authors: Jennifer Graves and Emily Gray Clawson
Release Date: June 2013
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
This book truly is "a light in a dark place."
Written from the heart and filled with many emotions it is not only a "healing writing", but also an inspiration to those who might be going through a similar situation of living with abuse.
This story is a light to show others the way to safety.
Beautifully written your mind will be intrigued and your heart will be filled with compassion.
Susan Powell went missing in 2009.
Her husband, Josh, was thought to be guilty but was never convicted.
Josh's sister, Jennifer, spent months, even years trying to fully understand what really happened and to get Susan's boys into her home and out of a potentially harmful situation.
And that situation proved to be traumatic...
Plagued with family abuse from her father, Jennifer feels torn between emotions...anger, guilt, shame, protectiveness... to name just a few.
She admirably tells her story in hopes of helping someone else break the chains of abuse like she has.
This story will captivate your heart!
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About the Authors
Jennifer Graves is the mother of 5 beautiful children, 2 girls and 3 boys. She and her husband have been happily married for 19 years and together have been active in their community and church.
Jennifer is the sister of Josh Powell who killed his 2 sons, Charlie and Braden, as well as himself in February of 2012, and is also believed to have killed his wife, Susan Cox Powell, in December of 2009.
She is the recipient of the 2013 ChainBreaker of the year Award, given for breaking the chain of abuse and violence in her family.
She enjoys homeschooling their children and mentoring in classes for the commonwealth school they attend. She also loves reading, playing card and board games, and learning new things. Most of all she loves to spend time with her husband and children. They currently reside in West Jordan, UT.
Emily Clawson is an author, a mother and a mentor. She traditionally writes inspirational fiction. This book has been a life changing experience for her and she is grateful to have been a part of telling this story. She resides in Taylorsville with her husband and four children where they run their leadership mentoring programs for youth. For details about her other books and updates about A Light in Dark Places, please visit www.emilygrayclawson.com.
(A review copy was provided for this review. However, all reviews are of my own opinion :)