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Saturday, June 13, 2015

Review: The Cross Gardener - Jason F. Wright





Review: The Cross Gardner - Jason F. Wright - March 2010

Are you one for reading inspirational stories ? Are you a fan of Richard Paul Evans books ?
The Cross Gardener is one of those books that mixes reality and fantasy together and makes you open your eyes to the possibilities of the world around you and know that nothing is impossible. Growing up John was left an orphan and went to live with a man whom he called Father Bevan and had two older brothers Scott and Tim. As he got older, he learned that the white crosses on the sides of the road represent those who have passed in accidents - as he gets older, those white crosses seem to multiply and eventually John marries his high school sweetheart and they have a daughter Lou-Lou and a soon-to-be son.  One day an accident occurs on the way home from the carnival and John's wife and unborn baby are killed. Soon they too become crosses on the side of the road. John finds himself tumbling into a deep depression and cursing God and how he could have taken his family away from him.  A few months later, John heads to the crosses and watches a guy painting the crosses , he is known as "The Cross Gardener" - a guardian angel sent down from above to help John move on with his life and learn to re-embrace the living . The Cross Gardener was an inspirational tale and one that will leave you filled with joy once you turn the very last page.

 


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