About the Book
Life has been comfortable for the Miller family. Liz and Josh have devoted their lives to raising their two sons. Their oldest son, Colby, reached adulthood and set out on his own. A few hard knocks sent him back to live with Mom and Dad, until life got to be too much, that is. As Liz and Josh grapple with the hole in their hearts left by Colby’s early departure from this world, they find themselves at odds with one another and with their faith.
Will they remember that Jesus is enough in the middle of this dark storm? Will they see through their own pain and help each other and their teenage son, Tyler, learn to live despite the grief?
In My Opinion
Regina Walker delves right into nitty-gritty, the ugly, and the pain of lives lived this side of heaven.
Each member of the Miller family’s life is altered when the oldest son commits suicide. And We Go On is an emotional journey of the grief process for the three left behind. Everyone grieves differently and there’s some threads of resentment woven in the tapestry of the Millers’ after.
Walker’s portrayal of this family is real and raw, and readers will quickly become invested in their lives. As this family fractured by suicide struggles to find their footing with each other, with God, and with their community, God sends others who have gone before to walk alongside them.
There is a little head hopping happening throughout this book, but it somehow works with the upheaval and new reality the Millers now live with.
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