Joni Eareckson Tada Writing Styles in Joni

Joni Eareckson Tada
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The true story of Joni Eareckson entitled, "Joni," was written by Joni Eareckson with help from Joe Musser. "Joni" is the account of her life after a tragic diving accident that leaves her a life-long quadriplegic. It is written, of course, from Joni's point of view (which would be first person) and offers the reader the intimate thoughts and psychological agony of a young woman whose whole life is ahead of her but is forced to face the realization that she will never walk again.

The reader can easily relate to the horror and desolation and anger that Joni must feel. However, no one can truly grasp the enormity of the tragedy as well as the one who goes through every painful and depressing phase towards the final acceptance of the new, unwanted life inflicted upon her. Paralleling this journey is her quest in faith. Raised in a...

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