Invisible Threads

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
as her youngest son prepares to go to war his mother starts her own journey, her tour, by default, capturing it all in her diary. More

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About Cathy McFadden

Hello there, thanks for looking me up!

Invisible Threads is my very first book and my baby! I hope you all like it and can walk with me on my journey!

Remember "Life is not about how to survive the storm, but how to dance in the rain"

Cathy x

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Tony Piper reviewed on Oct. 17, 2012

Described as a journey, this book certainly carries you along at pace through an emotional roller-coaster and provides a compelling insight into a sensitive subject with humour and candour. Extra kudos for achieving this without resorting to blame or political grand-standing. Written from the heart, this story deserves to be read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Chris Church reviewed on Aug. 17, 2012

We all watch the news. Get immune to it. Are we really listening when we see the headline: Soldier killed in Afghanistan. How often do we think about the grief, those left behind, the wives, the girlfriends, the mothers? In this searingly honest first hand account, Cathy McFadden tells us exactly what it feels like to have a son in the front line. In words that are simple yet complex, precise and haunting, she compels us to walk with her throughout her story and that of her ridiculously young son Ash. It should be compulsory reading for all of us who just take it for granted, the dedication of the armed forces. Indeed you will be compelled to read on once you have started this remarkable book and I defy the most hard nosed person not to cry. This army mother is to be congratulated.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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