Lessons of Life at Adam's Gate by Sheila Peters

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"Peters's prose about grief transformed by a sense of peace and faith is moving, as is her drive to create a lasting legacy. What’s missing are stories about Adam as a kid, his day-to-day life, anything that would give him dimension. However, despite its flaws, it is a loving tribute to a life cut short far too soon."
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From what appeared to be a reckless, raging sad life, came an untold story of beauty, gentleness, and purpose. A true story about Adam Arthur James. Incldues a 40 minute CD of Adam's original music.
 

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The book is about a promise that a mother makes on the day her only son, Adam Arthur James dies, at age nineteen. This is a true story of a connection between mother and son that leads to a beautiful, inspirational book filled with original poetry, songs, and insightful life lessons. The book is about death, grieving, finding purpose, and following a destiny which connected this world and the world beyond. Mostly, the book is about faith and unexplainable events that drive a grieving mother to aspire to a profound and magical place. The story is real and a gift to anyone who reads it. Inserted in this book is a CD, called Adam's Sound, which provides the reader with not only a reading opportunity, but a listening opportunity of some of Adam's original songs (16 songs/approximately 40 minutes).
 
Published July 6, 2006 by Trafford Publishing. 148 pages
Genres: Self Help, Parenting & Relationships, Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction
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BlueInk Review

Above average
on Dec 08 2014

"Peters's prose about grief transformed by a sense of peace and faith is moving, as is her drive to create a lasting legacy. What’s missing are stories about Adam as a kid, his day-to-day life, anything that would give him dimension. However, despite its flaws, it is a loving tribute to a life cut short far too soon."

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