This gripping, true life story is about a young teenager who is hit by a fish lorry while riding his bike. He suffers severe injuries, is robbed and stripped of his clothes and left for dead in a culvert at the side of the road. How can this disaster turn out to be one of the most significant days of his life and a great blessing?
Mary Weeks Millard has been writing books for young people since 2009. She is a retired nurse and midwife who lives in Dorset along with her husband, Malcolm, a retired Anglican minister, maths teacher and missionary. Mary has three married children and five grandchildren, her pride and joy, and her hobbies include reading, photography, art, crafts and walking by the sea. After the death of her first husband Philip Weeks in 2000, she began writing books, and these include her autobiography, five biographies and twenty-five books for children and teens. Her longing is to inspire young people to find faith and follow in the Christian way throughout their lives. Her inspiration often comes from the beautiful Dorset countryside as well as from her experiences as a missionary in East Africa.
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