Wildflowers in the Median: A Restorative Journey into Healing, Justice, and Joy (Paperback)
Wildflowers in the Median tells a story of restoration.
When Agnes Furey lost her daughter Pat and grandson Christopher to homicide in 1998 at the hands of Leonard Scovens, words could not describe the hole left in her heart. Even so, rather than hate, Furey choses peace, and she reached out to Scovens in prison.
This book tells of their journey through a collection on poems, vignettes and letters. It's a tale not of forgiveness, but of understanding-a story of a survivor of crime and a criminal finding communion as each struggles with grief and suffering.
A valuable testament to the human heart and its capacity to love, Wildflowers in the Median shows how grace was found in the aftermath of tragedy. This new book club edition includes questions suggested by Scovens as a guide for any discussion on the immense complexity of emotions and views related to their story