In a Ugandan prison for two murders he didn’t commit, Henry is losing hope. He pleads with God for a sign. Jim, in California, finds himself saying a small ‘yes’ to God who brings their two lives together with momentous results.
My thoughts: This is the incredible story of a young Ugandan who experiences injustice due to being accused of committing a crime he is innocent of. It blows my mind that God chose to take care of Henry by calling Jim Gash, a corporate lawyer who had never worked a criminal case, to come to Uganda. When Jim arrived and saw the condition of the home Henry lives in, that and getting to know Henry prompt him to take on his case.
I love that this story was one that had so many impossibilities in it. Here were two people in opposite nations and from different backgrounds who were brought together to fit injustice. It is a unique and interesting story that is easy to read.
I received this book from Worthy in exchange for my honest review.