Publishers aren’t always eager to print memoirs these days and for good reason I suppose. I don’t presume to know the ins and outs of publishing nor can I see the industry from their perspective. As a reader however, Where I End by Katherine Elizabeth Clark, is the perfect example of why I wish the industry would be quicker to print these beautiful stories that hold timeless truths.
Katherine skillfully weaves hope through a story riddled with tragedy and sadness. I was moved to tears but more importantly, through this book, I was moved to reflection. I hugged my children the next morning in a whole new way. As a mother who has also experienced tragedy, I felt like I was right there with her. In the pain, in the grief, and even in the triumph. Her perspective on scriptural truths comes from a heart truly touched by the Master and that was clear throughout this book. It was a super fast read yet one that will stay with me for a long time to come. I highly recommend this book. In fact, I dare say, there is no one that will not, at least in some way, be touched by this one of a kind book.