Crystal Lies ePUB Ü Paperback

Crystal Lies ePUB Ü Paperback A Son s Addiction A Mother s Heartbreak A Family s Crisis As the wife of a prominent city attorney and the mother of two teenage children on the brink of adulthood, Glennis Harmon lives the kind of successful, high profile life that many people envy But when nineteen year old Jacob is drawn into substance abuse, Glennis perfect world shatters like a crystal vase rocked from its once steady shelf Glennis struggles to understand the response of her family as they seek to support Jacob s recovery Her husband appears concerned with protecting his image than with finding help for their troubled son, but Glennis becomes determined to save Jacob no matter what the cost Stepping into a rescuer role, she unintentionally puts her relationship with her older daughter, Sarah, and her already strained marriage on the line and a revelation about her husband will push her to the brink of what she can bear How far should a mother go to save her child A compelling, compassionate, and ultimately hopeful novel about the impact of substance abuse and addiction, Crystal Lies is an intimate portrayal of one mother s attempt to simultaneously love, trust, and let go


10 thoughts on “Crystal Lies

  1. Laura Laura says:

    Another great book by Melody Carlson This one feltlike Finding Alice, where it felt a bit like a real story told by someone involved in the situation although I m sure this book is purely fiction It was hard to put this one down as well I still think her best book that I ve read is Finding A


  2. Samantha Samantha says:

    The book Crystal Lies is mostly about a family that has never seen bad days It s about a family that has no problems and lives the American dream They had money and great kids with bright futures ahead of them Well at least that s what they thought The mother Glennis did not have a job she was a s


  3. Christy Christy says:

    Melody Carlson writes good Christian fiction, mostly because she hits on hard topics This one, as you d probably guess from the title, is on drug abuse Carlson always manages to tell a good story in a sensitive, but thoughtful manner She always leaves me wanting a bit , though


  4. Ellen Hummel Ellen Hummel says:

    It was an okay book about a young man s addiction to crystal meth and how it affects his family I was frustrated with how idiotic the mom was and what a jerk the dad was.


  5. Taylor Triebenbach Taylor Triebenbach says:

    I picked this book with interest in addiction and what the emotional effects are on family members This really showed that side of it It didn t give much of a perspective from the addicts side though It was a drug out book that I thought could ve been done in 250 pages or less I also did not enjoy how much Christia


  6. Kathryn Kathryn says:

    Great book and shows the reality of drugs and what it does to a family.


  7. Tempeste Blake Tempeste Blake says:

    I haven t experienced this situation first hand, but I can see how this boy s addiction could certainly put stress on every member of the family I d like to readfrom this author.


  8. Georgine Georgine says:

    Fantastic story.realistic went through some of the same things with my son.would recommend this book


  9. Deb Deb says:

    glennis life is falling apart her son jacob has been drug into the world of a crystal meth addict, and she is doing everything she can to pull him out of it unfortunately, her husband does not agree with her efforts to help and wants to sweep the whole thing under the rug glennis is in so much pain that she just has to leave one day and m


  10. Ky Ky says:

    Wow, what a powerful book Ms Carlson s ability to combine faith and hard hitting topics is fantastic, and it is clear how she became such a well known inspirational fiction author She doesn t shy away from difficult issues or tie them up in a neat little bow In this novel, she writes about a family coming apart at the seams Glennis, the main ch


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