Thank you to Mari Reiza and the publisher for supplying me with this book in exchange for a honest review. This is an extremely moving story but is also very uncomfortable. Honestly, I was not sure if I could get through it. Sexual abuse is not a story that I would normally even touch. I must say that I would not recommend this book to one that has been abused or is not mature enough to read this storyline. There are several grammatical errors throughout the book, and as a professor, the errors really interfered in my reading.
Ahmed has abandoned her. Nadia is gone the way Isabelle did before, her two fallen warriors. But Marie can still hear His voice clearly. A deep call for justice takes hold in a teenage girl during a religious retreat; what happens next will mark her life for years to come.
Set between Zermatt, Brussels, London and Bordeaux, this is a tale of man playing God, of hurt that doesn’t find its way out. An uncomfortable but fascinating ripening journey.