Unearthing a lost memory may cause her to lose everything she holds dear. but could it also set her free?
Volunteer Bryn Hennesey was there at the Grove Street Homeless Shelter the night five heroic firefighters died at the scene. Among them was her husband, Adam.
Now a terrifying absence of memory has her wondering if she might, in some way, be responsible. Garrett Edmonds’ wife, Molly, was the only female firefighter to perish in the blaze. He was supposed to protect the woman he loved.now she’s the one who’s died a hero. How can he go on in the face of such unbearable loss? And what started the fire that destroyed the dreams and futures of so many? Investigators are stumped. But someone knows the answer..
In this thought provoking and evocative novel, Deborah Raney displays her innate talent for authentic storytelling and in depth characterisation. Exploring themes of loss, grief, rage and guilt, Almost Forever is a gripping read that takes you on an emotional journey as the characters react to a community tragedy. Deborah does not shy away from the harsh realities of people altered by grief or unforgiveness and the impact it has on how they view God or the person they feel is responsible for their suffering. As in her previous books, Deborah allows her characters to explore life when it is untenable and when a small choice can lead to a devastating result. Yet it is Almost Forever’s underlying message of hope and healing that culminates in a satisfying and refreshing ending. I am eagerly awaiting Lucas’ story in the the next Hanover Falls novel, Forever After.
With thanks to Howard Books for my review copy
Relz Reviewz Extras
Character spotlight on Bryn & Garrett Reviews of Beneath of Southern Sky, Remember to Forget and Leaving November
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