Heaven in the Midst of Hell: A Quaker Chaplain's View of the War in Iraq
Award-Winning Finalist in the History: Military/Political category of the Best Books 2010 Awards, sponsored by USA Book News
War exposes the divide between who we think we are and how we behave in extreme situations. Commander Sheri Snively has crafted a vivid, unsettling, and ultimately hopeful personal account of the effects of the Iraq war on soldiers and civilians alike who find themselves astride that dilemma.
From her unique perspective as a Navy Quaker chaplain serving with the Marines working amid the boredom, tension, and seemingly meaningless carnage at a trauma hospital and morgue between Ramadi and Fallujah, Commander Snively negotiates a compassionate path to healing marked not by formulaic answers, but by an open and questioning spirit.
Lavishly adorned with the author's own evocative photographs, Heaven in the Midst of Hell is a compelling and unforgettable journey into the human soul.
- Author: Sheri Snively
- Publication Date: 2010-04-01
- Publisher: Raven Oaks Press
- Product Group: Book
- Manufacturer: Raven Oaks Press
- Binding: Hardcover, 272 pages
- Item Dimensions:
- Dimensions: 79L x 819W x 1004H
- Weight: 254
- Package Dimensions:
- Dimensions: 1010L x 830W x 100H
- Weight: 240
- List Price: $26.95
- ISBN: 0981992609
- ASIN: 0981992609