The Seat Beside Me by Nancy Moser

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That strange, snoring, legroom-invading person next to you on the airplane -- have you ever imagined owing your life to him? Nancy Moser tells the gripping story of five passengers and their seatmates who get casually acquainted -- then plunge headlong into an icy river in a sudden plane crash. The moments that follow are more intense than any they have ever lived, changing the way the passengers see God and the meaning of life itself. This book reveals the eternal impact a brief interaction can have and the drastic measures it takes for some to reexamine their souls.

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About Nancy Moser

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NANCY MOSER is the author of sixteen books--three works of inspirational humor and thirteen novels. She has won a Christy Award, and several of her books have appeared on the bestseller charts. She and her husband live in the Midwest.
Published April 13, 2011 by Multnomah Books. 368 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Horror, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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As the survivors mull over why they were spared, Moser admirably demonstrates that tragedy is a life-changing opportunity, in which reassessments and changes for the better are possible.

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As the airplane sits on the tarmac being de-iced, several of the passengers begin to talk to those sitting next to them.

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