On Every Side
After suffering the loss of his mother and separation from his sister, Jordan Riley fills the holes in his soul with anger. Rejecting the God he leaned on as a youth, Jordan sues his hometown to have a statue of Jesus removed from a public place. The conflict causes him to cross paths with a spirited newscaster named Faith, who opposes Jordan's suit in surprising ways.
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Review: On Every SideUser Review - Jan Slocum - Goodreads
It's okay to question God but what you do afterward defines you. I felt this was a strong way of showing the struggles one faces in the aftermath of a tragedy. Read full review
Review: On Every SideUser Review - Rita - Goodreads
I enjoyed reading this book, especially that I live in Marshfield, WI....Remember it well when it happened here. Read full review