"I too am so excited to see what more people think of Forgiving Ararat. It was such an imaginative take on the afterlife. It was similar to The Lovely Bones, except much more intellectual and uplifting. I loved the way it blended Judeo-Christian and…"
If you liked The Lovely Bones or The Shack, you should really check out Gita Nazareth's Forgiving Ararat. This book too explores the interconnections between the world of the living and the world of the dead.We meet Brek Cuttler immediately after her death, sitting in a deserted train station that we later learn is the heart of Nazareth’s imagined afterlife world of Shemaya. As she is initiated into the world of death, she finds herself at her beloved great-grandmother Nana’s house and with a…See More