In Divine Turbulence, little six-year-old Gary loses his mother and stepfather to murder-suicide on a U.S. Army base in Germany. Shipped back to the States, he’s launched from the frying pan into a fiery den of torture, abuse, and enslavement.
Can Gary, a victim of unthinkable evil, become better instead of bitter? The answer places the rising artist and sculptor on a miraculous quest to fulfill Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl’s dream with a symbol of responsibility at a time when the world seems to need it most.
Gary Lee Price’s memoir proves that even amid tragedy and terror, choices upon choices shape our destinies. A greater call resides within each of us. The only question . . . will we answer it?
Written with New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-selling author Bridget Cook-Burch, this unforgettable story reveals how remarkably the past shapes the present but does not have to dictate the future of any life . . . or that of the planet.