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Letters to My Son: A Journey Through Grief Paperback – April 1, 2002
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A spiritual journey filled with love, compassion, and encouragement of a man searching to understand the loss of his son. -- Sandi Anderson Woodbury Bulletin ,June 12,2002
Carmody opens his soul in book about journey through greif -- Hastings Star Gazette, May 23, 2002
This is a heart warming story that is capable of inspiring and uplifting us all -- Bernie S. Siegel, Author of Love, Medicine and Miracles, Pre-release January, 2002
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This is a very powerfully written book about death, grief, loss and recovery, hope and a stalwart belief in miracles.
A moving story of love, loss and recovery that will grab your heart, nourish your soul and open your eyes. A must read for anyone who has experienced a great loss and is trying to find some path out of the darkness of their despair or to understand those that are.
The breathtaking pencil illustrations throughout the book were done by the author as well. They only compliment an already loving and tender book that you will never forget. You will find yourself walking in the author's shoes as you travel his journey with him. You will laugh and most assuredly you will cry as you experience his pain in trying to accept the unacceptable;the death of his child.
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We saw the pain they went through losing there beautiful child Kelly.
His book, Letters To My Son, has helped them leave some of the pain behind and remember the good times with Kelly.
I believe this book to be good reading for all of us. Those who need help with there grieving and those who do not. For it is not only a story of death but also a story of love,
family and friendship.
It is a good book for young and old alike.
Bob and Sharon