“A Promise to Astrid” is a poignant and touching story of a special woman who gave of herself when she was facing the biggest battle of her life. Author Michael K. Tourville tells the story of his former neighbor, of her husband Dominic, and of himself and his wife Cindy. When Cindy is in a terrible car accident, which is not her fault, the driver who runs the red light and causes the accident blames it on the upset woman. Receiving the ticket, Cindy promptly pays it, which causes the insurance company not to reimburse her for her demolished car. On top of that, they deal with a jerk, who charges a large storage fee for Michael to reclaim the car. But, as Michael points out, this dilemma leads to his neighbor, Astrid, stepping in to offer help.
“A Promise to Astrid” is a beautiful story about a lady who keeps outwitting Michael every time he tries to give her the money back. Her comment that he should simply help someone else in need in the future perfectly embodies her spirit and kind heart. This is a wonderful story about a lady who shows that kindness and generosity in helping others go a long way in impacting their lives. Michael mentions they attended the same church, and several people at that church remembered her when she passed away. We are more than pleased to award this inspiring book our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12-plus and it also received 5 or 5 Doves for quality.
Other Books by Michael Tourville
Voices from the Fallen takes us on an intimate journey inside the lives of people who have experienced the hell of addiction, the relentless defeat of relapse, and hope of recovery. Click Here to Learn More
National Pacific Book Awards Winner 2014 Christian Non-Fiction