Ever wonder how you would react in a disaster? Or how you would feel if you were one of a handful of people who survived a tragedy? The Seat Beside Me is a thought-provoking, heart-wrenching story quite possibly touching a raw nerve in light of the recent events of 9-11. Nancy Moser causes readers to feel a wealth of emotions with this book.

Reporter Dora Roberts doesnt have the time or funds to fly home to Phoenix but her mother is ill and Dora needs to be with her. Dora is about to experience her greatest sense of awe, relief and guilt.

Henry Smith is a travelling salesman who hates to fly. But this flight will be unlike any he has ever known. Will fear take over and guide his actions, or will he hold fast to the promise given him the night before?

Not just a work of fiction, THE SEAT BESIDE ME is a tool for healing and understanding how God touches the lives of those He loveswhich is all of us. (Jan., 450 pp., $10.99)

Reviewed by: 
Bev Huston