Fynn found Anna wandering the streets of East London in the 1930s and, unable to discover where she lived, took her home to live with his mother. Fynn would spend his evenings talking and playing with Anna; they chatted about life, particularly science and mathematics, and Anna would tell him about her conversations with 'Mister God', to whom she poured out all her thoughts and troubles. Anna's innocent but insightful world-view caused Fynn to reassess his own. This is the story of Anna's short life and the liberating effect she had on her friend Fynn.
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From the moment Anna and Fynn locked eyes, their times together were filled with delight and discovery. In her completely frank and honest way, Anna had an astonishing ability to ask--and answer--life's largest questions, and to feel the purpose of being. You see, Anna had a very special friendship with Mr. God.
Fynn is the pseudonym of Sydney George Hopkins, who wrote Mister God, This Is Anna, Anna's Book, and Anna and the Black Knight.
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