This is a really good book about a girl who did not have the love of either of her parents yet grew up to know the true love of The Lord Jesus Christ. She had a sad lonely childhood filled with hurt and disappointment, yet triumphed and became a missionary and served The Lord with a willing heart. Beautiful true story.
The first part of the book is absolutely heartbreaking. Once she begins her mission work, however, I felt less interested in the content. Still, a very powerful story of how God can love us even when nobody else does.
If you have ever felt rejected, unloved or unwanted this book will show you how God can heal those wounds. If you would like to know what an orphanage or the foster care system was like in the early 1930's -1940's then you will want to read this book too
This is an awesome book. Reading of this woman's journey I believe has made me a better person and has changed my outlook on many things. While there may be some slow times, as a whole I think it's a book everyone should read.