Liz grew up in an affluent home that appeared perfect to outsiders. But what others don’t see is a woman struggling with deep-seated insecurities and the torment she is causing those closest to her. Sandra desires a relationship from a father she never knew and seeks the love that she has never experienced from a man. Both are brought together by Covid and withstand the storms that come from their diversity. The backdrop of the civil rights movement in the early 1970s, coupled with the present-day death of George Floyd, inspires the reader to look inward and then upward to a merciful God who has the power to save us from ourselves.
A Study Guide for Group Discussion is included in this edition of Scattered Pieces.