Based on a true story that gained national media coverage, The Ethan Chronicles: Requiem for a Life Stolen documents a family's devastation and outrage at an impersonal system that sacrified a loving, wholesome young man rather than take the steps necessary to stop an alienated kid from acting out his impulses.
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Marsha A. Willis is Program Director for the Americas Development Group which advises US and Mexican public and private sector entities in administrative matters pertaining to business and trade. She is also vice president of The Ethan Foundation, which was formed to raise public awareness of traffic safety issues. She and her husband, Mark, live in Denver with their adopted daughter, Rima.Review:
Beautifully written and stunningly honest...Willis lets us walk through a most tragic personal nightmare without leaving us hopeless. -- Sascha Wagner, author, Wintersun
Moving and powerful,...concentric circles of denial, grief, action and wisdom....A detective story in pursuit of the soul. -- Mike Keefe, The Denver Post
Powerful. It's chilling...a subject we should all know more about but hope to God we never will. -- Helen Gray, news host, Colorado Public Radio
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Book Description Cassidy Books, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110970719434