Hannah
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Genre: Fiction and Literature
Publisher: CinnamonTeal Publishing
Publication Year: 2011
ISBN: 978-93-81542-18-7

Hannah, abandoned as a new-born and raised by the Sisters of Charity in a convent in Secunderabad, grew up with wonderful Christian values instilled in her. Her devotion to prayer guided her in her most challenging moments, whether while being a mother to five young children or while supporting her beloved husband in his difficult moments or in reaching out to the less fortunate in the world. Even while experiencing moments that seemed unfair, like the death of her young nephew, Hannah simply trusted the Lord and accepted His mysterious ways.
Hannah's tryst with Ground Zero began when two of her married daughters, both doctors working in New York, went missing on 9/11, in the terrorist attack. Hannah's only weapon was relentless prayer...

About the Book
Hannah, abandoned as a new-born and raised by the Sisters of Charity in a convent in Secunderabad, grew up with wonderful Christian values instilled in her. Her devotion to prayer guided her in her most challenging moments, whether while being a mother to five young children or while supporting her beloved husband in his difficult moments or in reaching out to the less fortunate in the world. Even while experiencing moments that seemed unfair, like the death of her young nephew, Hannah simply trusted the Lord and accepted His mysterious ways. Hannah’s tryst with Ground Zero began when two of her married daughters, both doctors working in New York, went missing on 9/11, in the terrorist attack. Hannah’s only weapon was relentless prayer… 180p/Paperback/5.83×8.27″ Buy Paperback
About the Author
Victor Jasti

Victor Jasti lives in Hyderabad, India and writes short stories and poetry. His poems were published in Temporal Currents compiled by author, Christine Triciarico.