Anderkant Die Ondenkbare (Sagteband)

    Anderkant Die Ondenkbare (Sagteband)

    Jeanette Morton
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    An emotion-laden memoir of a mother who loses her child in a tragic car accident.

    Sunday, 1 May 2011 is a day that Jeanette Morton will never forget. It is the day when her life changed forever . . . She receives the call that every mother dreads: the news that her son has been involved in a car accident and that he did not survive. In this heartbreaking memoir, Jeanette tells the story of the remarkable life of Henno, her 20-year-old son, and the black night of despair when his life was snatched away. She recalls defining moments in their family and shares Henno's innermost thoughts. She also wonders what she could have done differently and why God did not heed her prayers to keep her child safe. Eventually she finds her way to the path of healing and wholeness.

       With short but powerful chapters and striking illustrations and photographs, this book is a celebration of a very special young man's life. It address the kind of questions parents in a similar situation would ask: Was my child in pain? Is my child in heaven? For any parent who has had to survive the death of a child, Anderkant die ondenkbare will help them find light at the end of their journey through heartache.

    About the Author

    Janette Morton is a language practitioner and author of two children's books: Marmerprinses and Die vlinder en die surfer . She and her husband live in the Cape; they have two grown children.