Now your book club or small group can use the questions linked above to discuss Stones of Remembrance! Click the link above and you should be directed to a list of questions!
Praise for Stones of Remembrance
“In Stones of Remembrance, Julie Presley handles some of the most difficult subject matter for young Christians with grace and style. The compelling narrative addresses such themes as the tragedy of loss experienced while serving a loving God, the tension of passion and desire as a single woman and navigating the waters of true love while still immersed in one’s brokenness. Her genius approach to those subjects has birthed a new genre of christian fiction written with the mature young adult in mind.” — Robin Pasley, Author, The Healing Path
“What Presley has done is capture the struggles and hurt we all face when life’s path diverts from the one we imagined for ourselves. While tackling a heart wrenching topic, she shows the reader that life goes on, is worth living, and can be fulfilling in ways never imagined if only we allow ourselves to listen to our hearts and to God.” — Lona Panter, Managing Editor, Barrow County News
Stones of Remembrance
For two years, since the death of her sister, Allaya Sheldon has been running on autopilot. She is in desperate need of healing and restoration but has denied anyone or anything that could bring her the peace that she needs … until now. A firm but gentle prodding has brought her to her family’s lake house seeking solitude and healing.
The appearance of her childhood friend, Finn Meyers, presents as a distraction from her purpose, but Allaya soon discovers that God’s plan for her healing involves much more than just a quiet cabin and a picturesque lake. He wants to reveal his goodness and do a work in both Allaya and Finn’s lives that neither of them ever saw coming.
God is good, and until we can receive that truth we can’t fully receive the gifts that he has for us.