Faith of a Father describes the soul-searching questions that my life and all its pain, sorrow, confusion, deliberation, attempts to compromise, decisions, and rejections could conjure up.
Secretary to the director of curriculum, Colonial Intermediate Unit #20, Easton, Pennsylvania
I generally have an iron-clad rule to not read any “real-life stuff” about suffering, death, or anything too heavy. I can watch the news if I want to be depressed. However, I am extremely glad that I made an exception to read Faith of a Father. Frank not only gave my thoughts a voice . . . he made them make sense.
Teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing