Advanced Praise for WIL OF GOD:
“Wil of God will open your heart to the point of breaking, and leave you laughing and crying in the same moment. It is the beautifully written and impossibly true story of Wil, whose contagious energy and boundless love will have you wishing this book would never end. Quirky, unexpected and hugely moving. Carrie Wilson Link takes the reader on a journey that is unique, profound, and incredibly real. For anyone who has ever had misleading expectations, hilarious and unexpected moments of realization all peppered with the immense, soul-wrenching love for a child, this book will change your view of the world forever.”
MONICA HOLLOWAY, author of Cowboy & Wills and Driving with Dead People
“Carrie Wilson Link has written an important book for all parents, but especially for parents of children on the autism spectrum. Bristling with candor and intelligence, Wil of God provides page after page of coping gospel, dispensing authentic hope and laugh-out-loud moments of clarity. A genuinely gifted writer, Link avoids the pitfalls of sanctimony and platitudes, lending fierce positivity blessedly devoid of Pollyanna notions. Wil of God is not only supremely brave, it is insightful, inspiring, and funny as hell. From the very first page I knew this was something I had to read, and I am honored to have had the privilege. A must-read for anyone who has a special needs child, or knows someone who does.”
SUZANNE FINNAMORE, bestselling author of Otherwise Engaged, The Zygote Chronicles, and Split: A Memoir of Divorce
“Wil of God is the story of a tightly wound special needs mother who comes undone, puts herself back together, and falls in love with her imperfect life. Wil, a modern day sage, exasperating one moment, profound the next, a boy with no ego is one I promise, you'll never forget.”
MICHELLE O’NEIL, author of Daughter of the Drunk at the Bar
“Carrie has done a masterful job of telling the story of parenting a child with special needs. Her sense of irony is balanced by her unbendable faith and the reader is left moved but not shaken. It takes a strong person to see beauty in the struggle of raising a special-needs child, and an even stronger writer to convince the reader of it.”
ARTHUR FLEISCHMANN, author of Carly’s Voice: Breaking Through Autism
“From the moment she acknowledges ‘I must give him to the world,’ Carrie Wilson Link's powerful story of her extraordinary son is beautifully written with insight and grace. It just speaks to my soul.”
TANYA SAVKO, author of Slip
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