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Almost Heaven

Almost Heaven

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"A redemptive story that shows how God uses ordinary, broken people to accomplish His purposes."
— Dr. Wess Stafford, President and CEO, Compassion International

"Fabry, who writes for children and adults, will certainly delight his ever enlarging fan base with this mesmerizing tale about a man whose gifts are clear to anyone interested in seeing past his obvious outer limitations. Billy Allman, gifted intellectually and especially skilled at playing the mandolin, lives his life as an offering to his divine creator. Billy epitomizes humility as he quietly works to build his own radio station with limited resources and against tremendous spiritual opposition. Day by day, year after year, Billy stays the course despite significant losses that follow him through life. Fabry’s story will surprise readers in the best possible way; plot twists unfold and unexpected character transformations occur throughout this tender story of a single gentle soul who chooses to live by faith despite hardship, failure, and disappointment."
Publishers Weekly

"If the sound of a mandolin being tuned, the smell of sausage sizzling, and the sight of a sunset over the Blue Ridge Mountains make your heart sing, you owe it to yourself to experience Christy Award-winner Chris Fabry’s novels! Unflinchingly realistic yet ultimately hopeful—and sprinkled with otherworldy insights reminiscent of Screwtape—his latest lyrical West Virginia tale is rich with unforgettable characters and shot through with redemption. A winner!"
— Christine, Fiction Editor, Christian Book Distributors

"The book is a wonderfully entertaining, inspiring, emotional rollercoaster that leaves a haunting tune long after the cover is closed."
— Sharon Mager, BaptistLife, Baptist Convention of Maryland and Delaware

"Almost Heaven by Chris Fabry is an incredibly moving story of redemption and the power of love. Billy Allman goes through some painful times in his life and you just can’t help but love him! It’s interesting to read the thoughts of Billy’s guardian angel as you begin to see how the troubles in Billy’s life fit in with God’s master plan."
— Susan Choy Lee, Five Star Books and More by the Reading Mom