Fields of Grace
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About "Fields of Grace"
Hannah Luce shares her extraordinary childhood travelling the globe, evangelizing alongside her parents, and her time of questioning her faith. She shares the agonies arising from being the only survivor of a crash which killed her dearest friends and left her with severe burns, and how she has since found resolution.
Meet the Authors
Robin Gaby Fisher
Robin Gaby Fisher is a two-time finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Feature Writing and a member of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team at The Star-Ledger. She teaches Journalism at Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey.
Fisher's journalism career grew out of a lifelong curiousity about people and their stories. Her grade school history teacher, Nicholas Picciano, says today that when other girls in his class were reading Nancy Drew, Fisher always had her nose in a biography. Today, reading continues to be a source of great happiness for Fisher, who favors non-fiction and memoirs. Favorite books include "Zelda" by Nancy Milford, "In Cold Blood" by Truman Capote, "Remembering Denny" by Calvin Trillin, and "Night" by Elie Wiesel.
Fisher is married to Loren Fisher, a photojournalist. They live in Somerset County, New Jersey and Woodstock, Vermont. When she isn't reading or writing, she loves spending time with her nieces and nephews and hiking the mountains of Vermont with her Bernese Mountain dogs.
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I finished reading this book very quickly as it was very engaging and very relatable. I felt for the author as she talks about her regrets and questions... I tried to find out more about the author after I finished the memoir (since it was written in 2013). However, there hasn't been much info about her and I was surprised to learn that her father's ministry has been declared bankrupt (much of the memoir talked about her dad's ministry and how influential it had been in the USA). It's a good read but I won't be reading it again.
I picked this book up on a whim and thought it could be a good read. It was a great read! It is heart breaking to read Hannah's story and to see what she endured and went through, but what is great is the turnaround she has in her faith and how she has the support of her family and through their influence realises that she needs God to be front and centre and how she is now using her past to push forward and help others so they can grow in their faith!