Surviving Evil Through Faith in God

Fran Grubb’s memoir, Cruel Harvest, might have been slated to be no more than a dark, depressing tale of woe, were it not for her underlying determination to survive. Coupled with an unshakeable faith in God, that determination saw her through the type of horrific childhood which nearly defies belief. That evil can hold an entire family in its iron grip for so many years, and yet be the means of molding the likes of Fran Grubb is a powerful testament to the reality that God is deeper, broader and more comprehensive than all the forces of hell combined.

This book inspires, moves to tears, but never sinks to the level of sensationalism to which a memoir can easily fall into.

To read this book is to acquaint oneself with a modern-day hero.

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