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    A Great Read

    Every now and then you run across a book that affects you to your very core. It was that way with me when I read Lisa Lickel’s book, Innocents Pray. To begin with, the setting in Innocents Pray seems like any other with what looks like an average American family, complete with their own struggles and quirks. We have a father who works away from home more than he’s at home, a teenage son dealing with the struggles of being a teenager yet fighting fears and demons no teenage boy should face, and a mother who must yet again fight the battle with the dreaded C word, along with trying to decide whether or not to put her family through another battle. Add to the story a live-in companion/nurse who becomes more than just a caregiver, but a friend to the mother, a spiritual advocate who has secrets of his own, a doctor who is searching for a cure and a whole lot more, and a few other surprises thrown in for good measure, Innocents Pray is a book that keeps the reader not only intrigued but wondering what’s going to happen with the next turn of the page. Lisa Lickel does a great job of keeping you entertained as well as wondering what’s next. I recommend reading Innocents Pray, especially if you’re struggling with your faith, loss, or just want to be kept on your toes. You don’t have to be Catholic in order to understand the depths of faith and questions we all ask God periodically throughout our lives; especially the question of, when several people are praying different prayers for the same person, whose prayer does God answer?
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