November Light

November Light : The Life, Death, and Rebirth of an All-American Dream Boy

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LOVE GAVE HIM LIFE... MENTAL ILLNESS ALMOST DESTROYED IT. Surviving an emotionally desolate childhood -- Suffering a catastrophic loss during his youth -- Plagued by unbearable tragedies in his adulthood - Harry Williams seems to have overcome it all with -- A beautiful, brilliant, free-spirited wife who loves him. A handsome, smart, fun-loving son who adores him. And more wealth, fame, and power than Harry ever imagined having. But Harry's storybook life is shattered when a devastating mental illness ravages his wife's sanity leading to an unspeakable horror that threatens to destroy Harry's wife and cause irreparable harm to their son. And Harry is prepared to sacrifice himself to save them. A sweeping novel about love, loss, lust, betrayal, violence, heartbreak, forgiveness, healing, renewal. **** While November Light is the story of Harry Williams' turbulent life, death, and rebirth -- It is also the story of people whose lives are devastated by mental illness. And the story of those who struggle to ease the emotional agony the people they love are in -- while shielding themselves from the pain the people they love inflict upon them. November Light is about husbands and wives, mothers and fathers, and their children whose love for one another is tested to the extreme. And it is is about the fear that mental illness in one generation will be inherited by future generations. And how children's adult lives are impelled and impaired by their childhoods. And though November Light is about people in a story desperate to find emotional safety, inner peace, and the joy of being alive - November Light is also about each of us.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 526 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 27mm | 694g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508778833
  • 9781508778837