Alive Day: A Story of Love and Loyalty - eBook
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Alive Day: A Story of Love and Loyalty - eBook  -     By: Tom Sullivan

Alive Day: A Story of Love and Loyalty - eBook

Thomas Nelson / 2009 / ePub

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Title: Alive Day: A Story of Love and Loyalty - eBook
By: Tom Sullivan
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2009
ISBN: 9781418576837
ISBN-13: 9781418576837
Series: Shared Vision
Stock No: WW4588EB

Publisher's Description

Based on a true story, Alive Day is an inspiring, affirming tale about a troubled Marine and a big-hearted Labrador who shows him the power of love, loyalty, and truly living.

A Marine's "Alive Day" celebrates the survival after an almost certain death. It's a time of hope and joy. But Antwone Carver isn't celebrating. Home from war but not quite whole, Antwone's having trouble dealing with his new physical limitations.

Psychiatrist Brenden McCarthy can relate. He thought he'd lost everything when he was blinded in a mountain climbing accident. But with God's help, he's now living a satisfying life and feels called to help Antwone do the same. The problem is, he's hit one dead end after another trying to reach this bitter young Marine.

Enter Brenden's big-hearted and courageous black Labrador, Nelson. With boundless energy, contagious optimism, and a big heart, Nelson shows them both what it means to live a truly abundant life.

Praise for Alive Day:

"Characters you will savor and cherish. Unforgettable." —Betty White

  • Full-length inspirational novel
  • Perfect for pet lovers who enjoy stories of hope, optimism, and trust
  • The journey Brenden began in the heartwarming novel Together continues with Alive Day

Library Journal

Dr. Brendan McCarthy is a blind psychiatrist trying to help Antwone Carver, a recently injured marine whose depression has reached a dangerous level. Brendan can identify with Antwone's pain because he, too, had difficulty adjusting to life as a blind man after his own tragic accident. It is a dog named Nelson, though, who teaches both men inspirational lessons about true loyalty and sacrifice and the joys of an "Alive Day." VERDICT Anyone who loves Marley and Me and other dog stories will enjoy this tale, which is a bit sappy but perfect for a summer afternoon at the beach.

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