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|Format: DRM Protected ePub|
Vendor: Howard Books
Publication Date: 2008
Availability: In Stock
This shocking case of mistaken identity stunned the country and made national news. Would it destroy a family? Shatter their faith? Push two families into bitterness, resentment, and guilt?
Read this unprecedented story of two traumatized families who describe their ordeal and explore the bond sustaining and uniting them as they deal with their bizarre reversal of life lost and life found.
And join Whitney Cerak, the sole surviving student, as she comes to terms with her new identity, forever altered, yet on the brink of new beginnings.
Mistaken Identity weaves a complex tale of honesty, vulnerability, loss, hope, faith, and love in the face of one of the strangest twists of circumstances imaginable.
Lisa is pursuing a career in physical therapy, and Kenny lives and works in Southern California. Mark is recently married and resides in the Detroit area.
Despite the sorrow surrounding the passing of their daughter Laura,the family continues to be involved in the work of their local church and community. The Cerak family -- Newell, Colleen, Carly, Whitney and Sandra Sepulveda -- lives in northern Michigan, where Newell is a youth pastor and Colleen is a PE teacher and coach.
Carly graduated from Taylor University and has lived in Africa for the last six months starting a new ministry to street kids.
Sandra took a year from Grand Valley State University and joined with Invisible Children to bring awareness of the plight of children in Uganda. She is currently back at GVSU finishing her nursing degree.
Whitney is now a junior at Taylor University majoring in psychology. She is confident in God's healing and the revelation of the Holy Spirit in her life. Mark Tabb has authored and coauthored over twenty books, including Living with Less, the Upside of Downsizing Your Life (B&H), and the 2004 Gold Medallion finalist, Out of the Whirlwind (B&H). He also collaborated with Stephen Baldwin on the New York Times bestseller, The Unusual Suspect (FaithWords). Mark is currently working with Alec Baldwin on his book, A Promise to Ourselves (St. Martins Press).
Hae zManitobaAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5August 3, 2012Hae zManitobaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I enjoyed this book. At first you can't understand how they could have mixed up the identities, but as you read on it does become obvious that it could happen. One gets so involved with the feelings of both the families, and my heart went out to them. I hope they're all doing o.k.
Mary Lou Duguid4 Stars Out Of 5February 8, 2010Mary Lou DuguidI have heard one of the couples who authored this book tell their real life story. The book is written just like they tell it. It is life in motion, sadness, humor, unbelief, but always faith in each other and in God. It is a road well traveled because through it all, they are a bonded family. It comes through clearly in the penned words from all perspectives.
Cindy Freeman5 Stars Out Of 5January 12, 2010Cindy FreemanThis book was heartwarming, the families went through trials that we would never want to go through. The love for each others families were remarkable when the true identity came out. I would urge others to read it.
DShil5 Stars Out Of 5October 2, 2009DShilI bought this book for my teenage daughter after having seen the Dateline coverage of the event. She read the book in a weekend and shared it with her English class and sister. It really seemed to reach her in a way only a story about others her age could do. She seems really moved to help others after reading the story and having a reawakening about our own mortality and what to do with the time she has been given.
Michelle Ryan5 Stars Out Of 5May 16, 2009Michelle RyanThis is such a testimony of their love and faith in God. I could feel their pain. I couldn't put it down!
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