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In October 1988, thirteen year-old Coren Beck lost his older brother in a tragic accident. Shaken to the core, Coren finds a curious power in the grief that he can manipulate from others. He leverages that power into creating what he calls ‘The Dead Brother Club’—a fictional hiding place where he can run from the grief that cripples him.
As Coren stumbles through the heart-wrenching reality of life without his brother, he goes on a journey through heartache, anger, addiction, and eventually, the soul searching realization of the purpose of his life.
‘The Dead Brother Club” is the gripping true story of an adult tracing the emotional trauma that shaped him as a teen, and the spiritual hope that arose from the ashes of those troubled times.
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Coren Beck has spent two decades navigating the worlds of theology and literature as a pastor, counselor and author. He lives near Toronto, Ontario with his wife and four children.Review:
“In his debut novel The Dead Brother Club...author Beck unflinchingly invites readers into his conflicted, grief shaken world and spiritual sojourn. Gritty...impassioned, and tangibly emotional this memoir of a young man looking to find his place in the world and finding it through the awakening of his faith...was a worthwhile read.” - Pacific Book Review
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Book Description Chase Carr Publishing, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0994950101
Book Description Chase Carr Publishing. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk0994950101