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Author: Sarah Kay Narrator: Connie Wetzell Publisher: HarperCollins Christian Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: July 2008 ISBN: 9780310278740
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Sometimes joy and grief are separated by mere moments. A last-minute run down a ski slope … a catastrophic accident … and an amazing young man is reduced to a comatose form in a hospital bed. His adoring fiancée remains to weep, pray, grieve, rage, and struggle with the jagged trauma of suffering and loss. Some questions have no answers. Some things in life just don’t make sense—including God. And yet … There is God. There is a deeper, more real faith that roots in the wasteland. There is a promise that comforts, and there is hope, and there is life. Pieces of Glass is the poignant, deeply personal chronicle of a young woman’s journey through grief. With eloquence and relentless honesty, author Sarah Kay shares the emotional ebb and flow of her own heart and spirit—and in so doing, reassures, comforts, and encourages us all.

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About the Author

Author Sarah Kay

Born and raised in New York, Sarah Kay is an alum of Brown University where she received a MA in the art of teaching secondary English. After co-founding Project VOICE in high school and becoming the youngest poet to compete at the National Poetry Slam in 2006, Kay went on to become a featured poet at events and venues such as HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, the Lincoln Center, the Tribeca Film Festival, and the United Nations. This culminated into Kay receiving a standing ovation at the TED 2011 Conference where she performed B. An education advocate and keynote speaker for educational organizations such as NAIS, ECIS, AISA, NBTA, and IBO, Kay continues to perform her spoken word poetry to a wide array of audiences.

About the Narrator

Connie Wetzell is a former award-winning Christian radio personality and current voice-over recording artist who can be seen and/or heard through her extensive work on national television and radio spots for McDonald’s, Tropicana Twister, Dollar General Stores, Cellular One, and Fannie Mae Candies. She has also done television spots for Lowe’s Home Improvement Stores, HGTV, and was named national spokesperson for Boston Market restaurants in 2000. You can also hear Connie’s voice on nationwide voice response systems for the likes of IBM, AT&T, Kinko’s, and Morgan Stanley, as well as on many websites Connie was even nominated for a Grammy Award in 1993 after lending her voice to a children’s recording, Trollies Radio Show & Sing Along.