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Contributor(s) Inece Hughes
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Overview: His Master Plan

Death is an inevitable part of our existence, no matter how hard we try not to talk about it; we all have to face it someday. However, some stories are better told in such a way that it comforts people who have lost their dear ones and are living in pain. His Master Plan written by Inece Hughes is an inspirational novel that deals with grief and loss of a loved one. The story of the book revolves around the life of a talented athlete Brendon Hughes, who was ailing from a heart condition that had not been detected. After the death of Brendon Hughes, the author, being the grandmother of the athlete, was deeply affected by the loss. She then decided to pen down the story so as to give comfort to all those who had lost their dear ones at a young age.

An Inspirational Tale

The book is an inspirational piece for the all who have been living in misery due to the loss of their young ones. Brendon Hughes suffered from a fatal heart attack as a result of playing baseball, football, basketball, track, continuously and doing strenuous exercise to stay in shape. This resulted in a sudden death of the athlete at the age of seventeen.The author talked about how she dealt with the situation and shared the grief and sorrow during that time. The experiences she shared had resemblance to the lives of many who had gone through the similar situations.

A Comforting Book

As it is always said, 'misery loves company,' the book acts like a comforting friend who shares the readers' pain and agony. This personal account has been written straight from the heart and it, thus, touches and consoles the readers helping them gain peace and happiness back in their lives.

About The Author

Inece Hughes lives in Woodville, Texas, and has spent twenty-five years as an English and history teacher. Now, she is retired and have been serving as a pastor for the past twenty-three years. Xlibris Corporation has published the paperback edition of the book in English. The book has an ISBN 10: 1453557776 and an ISBN 13: 9781453557778. The 'My Valle Crucis: The 1930s' is a notable book from the author. Order online for this book and get it delivered at your doorstep.

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Product Details
Language English
Publication Date August 30, 2010
Publisher Xlibris Corporation
Contributor(s) Inece Hughes
Binding Paperback
Page Count 110
ISBN 10 1453557776
ISBN 13 9781453557778
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 172.4 grams
Product Dimensions 15.2 cm x 0.6 cm x 22.9 cm
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     The Game Plan... 16 December, 2013 On
    In the spring of 2002, Inece Hughes’ 17-year-old grandson, Brendon, died. Though athletic and seemingly healthy, an undetected heart condition abruptly whisked him away from this earth. In His Master Plan, Hughes celebrates her grandson’s life through recollection and shares biblical truths that have helped her navigate the tumultuous waters of loss.

    Each chapter ends with pictures of Brendon, creating an unvoiced rhythm of grief beating through the pages of the book. While the text is inspiring, the haunting images of Brendon silently carry along the melancholy ache of his grandmother’s heart. Her faithful trust in God and joy over His promises seem to clash against the reality of her sorrow, yet result in a believable hope for others that “the journey through grief does get easier with every passing day.”

    Midway through, Hughes includes poems and then closes out her work with roughly three-dozen letters she wrote posthumously to Brendon as “a vent for the grief.” Her letters may inspire others who are grieving to find healing through writing, and encourage us all to cherish those we love.

    Hughes writes specifically to a Christian audience, stating, “We live out our life as a tale that is told, and when it [sic] completed [sic] we go back to the maker.” Her advice centers around the assumption that her readers hold a Christian view of life and the afterlife. This may be a turn-off to non-Christian readers.

    Typographical errors sprinkled throughout make this book less than perfect, yet readers may be willing to overlook flaws out of respect for the subject matter.

    For anyone trying to make sense of the loss of a loved one, Hughes’ experience will surely inspire them to trust in God’s master plan and “look to the future with great hope…. better days are ahead, and the best is yet to come!”
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