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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
When God Calls by Dawn Thomas is a book that will help anyone who is suffering from grief or personal loss. A death in the family can have a serious impact on the lives of everyone, but the people closest to them have the hardest time accepting their loved one is gone. It is not easy and overcoming grief can take its toll on the mind, body, and soul of a grieving person. Author Dawn Thomas shares her experience when she lost her son and how she overcame it one day at a time. This book emphasizes finding peace, calmness that soothes the soul, and helps you remember the departed loved one fondly.
The book itself has a very smooth and easy-to-understand narrative. Her choice of words is very careful, considerate and exceptionally humble. Reading it was like talking to a friend who knew and understood me, which is saying a lot as grief is something universal yet very personal. Everyone goes through grief in their own way and the way the author speaks about it makes me believe that everyone can find some solace in this book. I liked how she does not give you a step-by-step routine to follow; she offers answers that she searched for herself. The fact that Dawn Thomas shared her own grief, her reason to look for answers and her need to share her discovery with other people makes this book very good. I believe this can help so many people, regardless of age, gender, and religion. Beautiful and considerate.