A new memoir from Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling author Cathy Glass.
When Cathy receives a call about a terminally ill widower terrified of leaving his son all alone in the world, she is wracked with sadness and indecision. Can she risk exposing her own young children to a little boy on the brink of bereavement? Eight year old Michael is part of a family of two, but with his beloved father given only months to live and his mother having died when he was a toddler, he could soon become an orphan. Will Cathy's own young family be able to handle a child in mourning? To Cathy's surprise, her children insist that this boy deserves to be as happy as they are, prompting Cathy to welcome Michael into her home.
A cheerful and carefree new member of the family, Michael devotedly prays every night, believing that when the time is right, angels will come and take his Daddy to be with his Mummy in heaven. However, incredibly, in the weeks that pass, the bond between Cathy's family, Michael and his kind and loving father Patrick grows. Even more promising, Patrick is looking healthier than he's done in weeks.
But just as they are settling into a routine of blissful normality, an unexpected and disastrous event shatters the happy group, shaking Cathy to the core. Cathy can only hope that her family and Michael's admirable faith will keep him strong enough to rebuild his life.
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Comments about The Night the Angels Came:
Love cathy glass books, as I have read most of her books I find them easy to follow.
I feel like I know her family through reading her books.
Always look forward to new books of hers coming out
REVIEWS FOR GIRL IN THE MIRROR`A moving read that Cathy Glass fans will devour.' The SunREVIEWS FOR DAMAGED`Cannot fail to move those who read it.' Adoption-net`Heartbreaking.' The Mirror`A truly harrowing read that made me cry.' The Sun`A true tale of hope.****.' OK!Foster carers rarely get the praise they deserve, but Cathy Glass's book should change all that.****' First magazine`A hugely touching and emotional true tale.' Star magazine
Number Of Pages: 320
Published: 15th September 2011
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 12.4 x 19.1 x 2.2
Weight (kg): 0.24