This is a human tale that Catholics, non-Catholics, and non- believers alike will find all-too familiar and one which many headlines across the nation and around the world reference all too often.
This book that deals less with drama and more with the troubling reality of human weaknesses, temptations, and day-to- day tragedies with which we are all too familiar.
Mary Ann Sorrentino’s greatest hope is that it will not only remind us of daily challenges we may all face — directly or through our loved ones’ experiences — but will also offer us hope that, with determination and courage we can have a role in righting the wrongs that have been covered up for too many centuries.
In the end, the characters encourage all of us to find the courage to do the right thing, however many barriers, threats, and, difficulties stand between justice and us.
All of these story lines will be familiar to readers who, hopefully, will find in this novel the understanding, compassion, and camaraderie we all need to overcome spiritual and truly human crises.