|Plot Summary of Heaven In His Eyes, the Story of Glenn DeBusk|
"Heaven In His Eyes" is written in journal style, capturing the heartache Hobbs endured in the days after Glenn's death and the joy she experienced with him in life. Each chapter begins with a date and a time of day, usually early morning.
At the heart of the story is a mother's love for her son. She captures moments from Glenn's life with an uncanny attention to detail as if she had all the scenes in her head and merely had to write them down.
by Jaci Webb, Billings Gazette June 20, 2003
This synopsis report prepared by Debra Hobbs
|Chapter Analysis of Heaven In His Eyes, the Story of Glenn DeBusk|
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- significantly more descript than dialog
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- 0-25% of book
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