Alice Gent is the maiden name, and pen name, for Alice Ievins. Alice lives in Bristol where she works as a small animal vet and is dog obsessed. In the year after she graduated from Bristol University, she wrote Sarah’s Footsteps to help her process the amazing experiences she had with the Christian Union over the first three years of University and also work through some of the doubts that were appearing in her own faith. She now lives with her husband, Sam, and Labrador, Summer, and is involved with the student work at Emmanuel City Centre, where she is blessed to have seen many students come to faith.
“Sometimes the most important battles are the ones that look like they cannot be won, but we fight anyway. Fight now, little one, or your fear will bring death.”
Isolated in a village surrounded by deep snow, thirteen year old Anna loses herself in the fairytales of the forbidding forest behind her house. Benny, an autistic inventor, becomes her only friend as she watches her family leave.