"Letters From a Distant Shore"

Tragedy shattered Marie Lawson Fiala's life as a wife, mother, and lawyer when her 13-year-old son, Jeremy, was felled by a massive hemorrhage from a ruptured artery deep in his brain. Within an hour, Jeremy was in a coma, sustained only by machines.  This memoir of a mother's ferocious care and fierce determination to bring her son home alive and functioning despite devastating loss will win the hearts of families who have ever suffered from physical trauma with loved ones. Just when Marie believed all hope was lost for her son to talk and to walk ever again, through the suggestion of friends, she was open to a world-wide time of prayer for Jeremy.  On the first occasion after the prayer vigil, within a day, Jeremy first spoke.  Months later, after a 2nd prayer vigil, he subsequently stood up for the first time. Was this a coincidence or a miracle? Readers of "Letters from a Distant Shore" will find their own faith in things unseen as Marie tells her tale of Jeremy's recovery and homecoming.



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