Challenged in childhood with the death of his father, and later that of a friend, Walker Wells’ view of God is that of an uninvolved creator, the ultimate spectator. Fifty years after his father’s death, as he approaches sixty, he experiences a traumatic event as well as encounters with people that cannot be explained as coincidental; all within seven days. Walker comes face to face with himself as he confronts adultery, a failed relationship, death, regrets, and doubt. Does Walker remain entrenched in believing only in himself and what he can experience with his five senses, or does he open the door to a God who is involved and redemptive? Written first person, Walker Wells is brought to life as the reader resides within him for each step of his journey; footsteps that are humorous, serious, and life-defining.
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