Ihr werdet immer bei mir sein: Wie ich den Tod meiner Kinder überlebte

BASTEI LÜBBE
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Ein harmloser Ausflug, denkt Jackie Hance, und verabschiedet sich von ihren drei Töchtern. Kurze Zeit später die schreckliche Nachricht: Bei einem Autounfall sind alle Kinder ums Leben gekommen. Für Jackie und ihren Mann Warren bricht die Welt zusammen. Wie sollen sie jemals ohne Emma, Alyson und Katie weiterleben? Woher sollen sie Kraft schöpfen? Schritt für Schritt kämpfen sich Jackie und Warren zurück ins Leben. Und erringen etwas, das sie schon verloren wähnten: die Möglichkeit, Glück zu empfinden.
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BASTEI LÜBBE
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Published on
Feb 12, 2015
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Pages
380
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ISBN
9783838758749
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Language
German
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Genres
Family & Relationships / Death, Grief, Bereavement
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