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The Conversation: An Intimate Journal of the…

The Conversation: An Intimate Journal of the Emmaus Encounter

by Judy Salisbury

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Hayley was 22 years old when her brother Wayne, then 16, was diagnosed with leukaemia, cancer of the blood. Within a few weeks Wayne also contracted a deadly fungal infection in his sinus, which spread to his left eye and then into his brain. In this book, Hayley recounts the emotional journey she and her family took as Wayne fought his illnesses, before he tragically passed away 18 months later. It is filled with amazing courage and faith amidst pain and suffering, and finally points towards the ultimate source of hope itself.… (more)

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