Book Reviews of Stormie

Author: Stormie Omartian
ISBN-13: 9780890815564
ISBN-10: 0890815569
Publication Date: 7/1986
Pages: 188
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Harvest House Pub
Book Type: Paperback
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What an awesome book! I could hardly put it down. As a child, Stormie experiences physical and emotional abuse from her mentally ill mother, which led to Stormie making poor choices in her young adulthood. As an adult she experiences healing and forgiveness through Jesus Christ.
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A very good story about coming from an abusive home and recovering from it to go on and have a good life. Despite having lived with a mother with mental illness. Then falling into drug abuse, and a bad marriage.
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I read this book in two days, it was wonderful. This book deals with Stormie's life as the daughter of a mentally ill mother, who was abusive, and the effects it had on her as she became a woman. It goes from her childhood, to her years as a young adult searching for meaning and love. She was drawn into the occult, and in her quest for love and acceptance, she was drawn into the world of abortion. But the most amazing thing about this book is the journey she began when she turned to God, and how lovingly He led her to a relationship with Him. Her struggles didn't end there, but she had the Lord to help her, to heal her heart of the hurts she carried as a result of her life. God not only saved her, but he delivered her from depression, and made her an instrument for those in similar situations. This book will absolutely draw you in, and remind you how great the love of God is.
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I love Stormie's honesty in sharing her personal story.
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The book is in excellent condition except the person who had the book previous to me did some highlighting and underlining near the end of the book.