William's Story. A Mother's Account of Her Son's Courageous Struggle Against Leukaemia
Great Britain, Marshalls, 1983. 1st Paperback Edition, Binding: Soft Cover, Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" Tall Duodecimo 0551010312 Paperback Paperback. William's Story. Slight wear to spine. This is the story of two courageous, honest, ordinary people - William, a happy, athletic teenager struck down by leukaemia; his mother, Rosemary, feeling her son's pain, knowing that time was running out, compelled to keep the home functioning and continue living. In this beautifully and sensitively written book the dualities of pain and happiness, life and death, earth and heaven, come close enough to touch. The paradox of a loving God and suffering man is written large in the anguish of a strickent family and their acceptance of a loving Heavenly Father. William's own diary account of the last four months of his life forms the second part, showing his stumbling progress from uncertaintly to faith. 159 pp.
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Keywords: Non Fiction Theology Religion William s Story Mother s Account Son s Courageous Struggle Against Leukaemia 0551010312