Treha lives in her own little world at times. She knows she's different. Her eyes constantly move, she types on an unseen keyboard I her lap, and she has an ability to reach into the hearts and souls of those others can't reach.
When Devin and Jonah come into the nursing home where Treha works while filming their documentary, is when her life takes a turn she never expected.
The characters in this book were well developed and a great contrast and complement to each other.
Christ Fabry is a new-to-me author, but I'm glad I've found him. This book had a completely different plot line than the books I've read lately. As I read, I couldn't guess where the story was going. When I first began reading, I thought the story was going in one direction, but I was wrong.
Great book that kept me reading from the first word!
I find that I really like Chris Fabry's writing style. His other books were more interesting to me, however. He asks non-traditional questions that many writers don't address. In this case, his question (which he refers to in the afterword) is "what if this is as good as it gets?" I think the hardest thing for me was that it really didn't have a Christian theme to it. The storyline was interesting, but I wouldn't necessarily classify it as Christian Fiction. That said, I would recommend Chris Fabry any day, but start with at least one of his other books before this one.
I thoroughly enjoyed Every Waking Moment by Chris Fabrys. I found it to be a smoothly written, well put together story about the personal worth of everyone. I found myself reading fast to see what would happen, while at the same time wishing I wouldn't get done so fast. An excellent read.