Fulton Books author T. Pelletier, a USAF veteran, a dutiful wife and mother, a fervent believer of God, has completed her most recent book, “The Life of Chandra”: an emotional journey of a woman who found peace and healing in the presence of God. Chandra, an innocent girl who was born into a world full of trials and tribulations, bears emotional scars from her childhood. These became a huge obstacle in her adult relationships and she was living in the darkness for a long time, until God came to her rescue.
Pelletier shares, “Growing up in a world and being silenced is not easy. Pain and suffering are felt throughout this story, but at the end, redemption is received. The story is of a little girl being raised in a world where she has to overcome many obstacles. She thinks that she can be happy, and every time she reaches for her happiness, it is ripped away by sadness. She is introduced to things that no little girl should be introduced to and forced to face demons far too young. This story is a story of love, hate, confusion, lust, and survival. In the end, we are all rewarded with happiness.”
Published by Fulton Books, T. Pelletier’s book is a tear-jerking novel of a woman who was rooted in God, got lost, and found her way back to Him. It is a wonderfully crafted story of forgiveness and salvation.
With only more than 30 pages, this heartfelt piece is short yet a profound read.
Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “The Life of Chandra” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
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Source: Fulton Books