What marks the boundary between a miracle from God and the imagination of a child?In this new novel, Billy Coffey introduces us to a world of faith, doubt and God's mysterious ways, seen through the eyes of a lonely child. Leah believes in "the maybe" and has to face the sad truth that many people around do not. When she begins painting prophetic pictures the town begins to swirl.
As he weaves threads of lives together into a stunning whole, Billy holds up a mirror that reflects not only our faces but our hearts. I'd like to think that my faith is strong, but like the people of Mattingly, I admit that I too can waver when I see things I don't quite understand.
I will not share more because I fear spoiling the story, but I encourage you to take a journey to Mattingly, to meet all the people dwelling there, including The Rainbow Man. If you are anything like me, you will smile, you will weep, spend some time on your knees and then you'll hunger for more.
I was given a complimentary copy of this novel. The opinions I have expressed are my own.
and now... the winner of their own copy of When Mockingbirds Sing is --
Holly Grantham who wrote:
What gives me courage is hearing other folks' stories. To know that someone else in the big wide world has braved something hard and challenging and lived to tell about it--well, it infuses me with strength I didn't have before. Vulnerability begets vulnerability and vulnerability is fueled by courage.Contact me with your shipping address Holly and we'll have the book on its way to you!