Faces in the Fire
by Wanda Ratcliffe (Author) · Paperback · Published by Reliance Media
Faces in the Fire - Synopsis
This book is about an amazing woman’s destiny to restore hope in the lives of despondent youth, of all races. During her quest for justice, she encounters many tragedies in her own personal life including multiple deaths and the loss of best friendships. However, she overcomes them all. Eventually she marries a “well-to-do” man who questions whether or not there really is a God. When all is lost, she finds comfort from a “small still voice.” Ironically, she loses hope and begins to draw strength from a divine source. The book contains many testimonies drawn from real life situations and is filled with laughter, relationships, politics, romance, tragedies and many victories.
About Wanda Ratcliffe
Wanda Ratcliffe founded and operated a youth organization in one of the poorest communities in New York City. She worked for a senior ranking New York City Congressman. She loves to write poetry which is also highlighted throughout the book.