the rarest of books; the kind no reader can enter without
leaving changed for the better. It is a book that truly blesses its readers."
this chronicle of a mother dealing with the brutal murder
of her 13-year-old son, Koby, passes through to the other side of tragedy,
offering an inspiring reflection on the life lessons learned from a senseless
Hers is the wisdom gained from coming to terms with, and
accepting, tragedy, and she shares it generously with us."
tells the story of his murder with an eloquence that is rare.
This is a book about what it means to be a Jew in Israel today: to live
with terror and to die from it; to suffer the worst any mother could suffer
and then to find grace; to rage and to remember; ultimately, to rebuild."
the true story of an impassioned and inspiring American
family who went to Israel to explore their spirituality and were faced
with the inexplicable loss of their son at the hands of terrorists. It
is a book of hope in a time of utter despair. With the help of stirring
anecdotes about their son, family and religion, Sherri Mandell has told
it a beautiful story of a horrendous crime that defies any sense of logic