Face to Face: An Astonishing True Story of Tragedy and Forgiveness

Face to Face An Astonishing True Story of Tragedy and Forgiveness FACE TO FACE is the brutally honest and true story of two women whose lives become connected forever in an unimaginable tragedy a head on drunk driving collision Relentlessly and emotionally pulled in

  • Title: Face to Face: An Astonishing True Story of Tragedy and Forgiveness
  • Author: Audrey Conn Sheryl Maloy
  • ISBN: 9781478194026
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
  • FACE TO FACE is the brutally honest and true story of two women whose lives become connected forever in an unimaginable tragedy a head on drunk driving collision Relentlessly and emotionally pulled inside their world in alternating chapters, readers cannot escape asking themselves the same two questions Sheryl Maloy and Audrey Conn formerly Kishline faced in reality WFACE TO FACE is the brutally honest and true story of two women whose lives become connected forever in an unimaginable tragedy a head on drunk driving collision Relentlessly and emotionally pulled inside their world in alternating chapters, readers cannot escape asking themselves the same two questions Sheryl Maloy and Audrey Conn formerly Kishline faced in reality What would Sheryl say to the drunk driver who killed her 12 year old daughter and the man she loved in the prime of his life How would Audrey live with the ravaging guilt and irreversible fact that she took the lives of two innocent people A startling admission is revealed in the NEW PREFACE by Audrey Conn Neither had ever fully read the original version of this book, published over five years ago They could not even open the cover Why In a raw, unedited dialogue of rage, desperation, passion and finally acceptance, the difficult missing gap in their journeys is summarized Now it is clear that Sheryl and Audrey have the strength and the courage to share their inspirational message of change, compassion, hope and the healing miracle of true forgiveness Inside Sixteen pages of photographs, including family portraits and crash site

    One thought on “Face to Face: An Astonishing True Story of Tragedy and Forgiveness”

    1. Face to FaceBy Audrey Kishline and Sheryl Maloy Face to Face is a wonderful book with many emotional influences that pull in the reader at the very beginning of the story. Audrey Kishline is a woman who caused a big controversy when she created a program called Moderation Management. This program is aimed towards people with drinking problems that want to only moderate their drinking and not abstain from drinking. Sheryl Maloy however, was a single mother struggling to get her marriage back toge [...]

    2. Audrey Kishline was driving her pickup west in the eastbound lanes of Interstate 90 in Washington state when she had a head on collision with another vehicle and killed its two passengers, a father and his preteen daughter. The tragic irony is that Kishline was the founder of Moderation Management, a program that attempts to help problem drinkers who do not want to stop drinking, attempt to control their drinking. She pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve time in prison; and there had an ama [...]

    3. This was such a sad book. It definitely kept me reading. I thought it was quite neat that a woman who's daughter and husband died in an accident and was hit by the woman that caused their deaths wrote a story together. It made me feel very sad thinking that a woman lost her child because of another person's drinking while driving. The sad thing about alcohol is that you know its illegal to drink and drive but much of the time you believe that you are able to handle it, when it turns out you can' [...]

    4. A true and tragic story about alcoholism, drunk driving and forgiveness. The book is autobiographical written in alternating chapters by both women involved. Neither woman is a particularly strong writer, so the first-hand memoir approach really limits the book, although I do appreciate their willingness to work together to tell their story.

    5. This is not a story I will soon forget. The tragic events were told in alternating chapters by both women affected. Audrey and Sheryl's stories are especially heart-wrenching to anyone trying to understand the addictions of those we love.

    6. Hit home for me. As a person who almost had an accident where I could have killed someone this made me open my eyes to drinking and driving.

    7. I do not know if I could do what this lady didrgiveness is such a huge and hard thing to do truly forgive someone

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