This is travel writing at its most authentic–real people sharing real stories of awe and insight, fear and laughter, humility and humanity as they explore the world around us and seek footholds on their own inner journeys.
A moving read of tragedy, trying to prevent it, and coping with life after.” – Midwest Book Review
A memoir that charts the near-destruction of a middle-class family whose son committed suicide after a seven-year struggle with bipolar disorder.
“A tumultuous but inspiring, against-all-odds journey…overwhelming were it not for the humor and hope running throughout the story. It is an intense and exhausting journey, but well worth the effort.” — ForeWord Reviews