Silas Hershey, a Mennonite, was just 15 when a train crashed into his sister's carriage and took her life. Revival ministers preached that her death would not have occurred if she were 'saved.' Their message would have a profound effect on Silas and on the small 19th-century Pennsylvanian community. Based on actual events, this critically acclaimed novel by Silas' own granddaughter recounts the story through his eyes. 221 pages, softcover from Good Books.