Compelling tale of abandonment and the search for love and identity.
A quest to find a father and a place called home.
Weaves core biblical themes into an exciting plot.
Shows forgiveness and grace triumph over evil. Read More »
Having worked for many years with teens with autism, it was refreshing to find a novel with characters having autism. They were honestly and realistically portrayed… Read More »
…it turns out to be rather clever. In fact, there were times when, while reading it, I forgot the outside world, which seems to me to be the best test of fiction. Read More »
…a unique and terrifying story that is perfect for fans of thrillers with a psychological aspect. Read More »
Three Instant Apostle fiction titles have been shortlisted for the Woman Alive Magazine Readers’ Choice Award at this year’s Christian Resources Together Conference in September. The shortlist consists of 10 titles and our nominated titles are: The Girl at the end of the Road is Kathryn Hitchins’ striking debut novel. Addressing issues around autism, the protagonist … Read more …
Perhaps most importantly it made me examine my own attitudes to those we consider to be different to ourselves and also those closest to us. Read More »
There is plenty that is good about this book … takes some challenging subjects — loneliness, ageing, consumerism, and special needs — and handles them with sensitivity. Read More »
The book raises questions about faith and science and the ethics of stem cell research, IVF, abortion and euthanasia, but most importantly I hope it encourages readers to examine their own beliefs about what comes after death… Read More »
Join us for an evening with local author Kathryn Hitchins who will be discussing her novel Girl at the End of Road a captivating novel of self discovery, of perception and pathways, choices and integrity of spirit which will open the mind and heart giving us fresh eyes to view the central theme of autism … Read more …
Fab Bromley book signing Saturday! 60 came, 65 books sold.c£1700 raised for African kids. #thegirlattheendoftheroad Read More »