"C. K. Wyand has produced a truly thought-provoking work. Through the richly detailed narrative, this book paints a very real picture of abortion."
Martin Falcone finds himself entrusted with letters written by aborted children to their mothers,fathers, brothers, sisters and grandparents. Follow his story to discover how the letters came to be, and learn how this unprecedented event changes his life and the lives of others.
Read the letters to hear their messages of hope, love and forgiveness from a perspective never touched upon before.
Follow the experience of a child as he finds himself in heaven. Hear his eternal mind revealed as he comes to an understanding of what has truly happened to him and his mother.
Grayson, MN - a fictitous town in north, central Minnesota.
The Boundary Waters - millions of acres of the world’s most pristine wilderness on the US-Canadian border. Outdoor enthusiasts travel to this remote paradise to find adventure among the miles of rivers and hundreds of islands that dot the watery landscape.
Characters - Part One(The Story)
Falcone is a wealthy man, and married with two children. He is an outdoorsman and retreats periodically to his private wilderness paradise on the fringes of the Boundary Waters. His life is suddenly and unexpectedly altered late one night after his wife and children depart Grayson to visit a relative in Colorado.
Confronted with pressures from friends and relatives to abort her unborn child, Angela reflects on her past while coming to terms with the implications of decisions being made for her.
A private pilot for business executives, Andrew is a Christian and has developed a strong friendship with Martin Falcone, who does not share Andrew's views on life or spirituality. Andrew is confused by his friends unexpected actions and is slowly drawn in by Martin's unsettling behavior.
Andrew Rothman's daughter, Paula Rothman is young, bold and beautiful. Paula's friendship with Angela began in high school and evolves into a union of mutual trust and loyalty. Paula's friendship serves as a source of strength for Angela to draw on in her most trying times.
Characters - Part Two (The Letters)
The child of a mother who chose abortion.