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Titre A song for Issy Bradley / Carys Bray.
Auteur Bray, Carys
Éditeur London : Hutchinson, 2014.
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Sujet anglais Domestic fiction
Mormons -- Fiction
Faith -- Fiction
Belief and doubt -- Fiction
Genre Romans familiaux
Sujet français Mormons -- Romans, nouvelles, etc.
Foi -- Romans, nouvelles, etc.
Croyance et doute -- Romans, nouvelles, etc.
Description 399 p. ; 23 cm.
Note locale RA 2017-10-28
Résumé Ian used to think that his life had been disappointingly easy, compared to the pioneers. He had a happy marriage, four children, a satisfactory job and, for just over a year, he has served the church in his role as Bishop of the local congregation, an enormous responsibility. And then Issy died. Now his wife, Claire, won't get out of their dead daughter's bottom bunk and she won't speak. Claire doesn't want a blessing or a sympathy card and she's got nothing to say to the Lord. She just wants to be left alone to be sad. Ian doesn't know what to do to make things better. Zippy and Alma are trying to combine living with grieving and being Mormons with being teenagers. Only seven-year-old Jacob has a plan. He knows that his faith is bigger than a mustard seed; it's at least as big as a toffee bonbon, maybe bigger. It's clear that if he wants Issy back, it's up to him to perform a resurrection miracle. Incredibly moving, unexpectedly funny and so sharply observed it will make you feel as if you could pick the woodchip off the bedroom wall, A Song for Issy Bradley is about doubt and faith. But most of all it's about a family trying to work out how to carry on when their world has been blown apart.-- [amazon.ca]
ISBN 9780091954376 (hbk.)
0091954371 (hbk.)
   
   
 
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