If I'm not mistaken, this is the same book that I bought years ago, but never read. I was married, at the time, to a man who was a "baptised pagan baby," and thought I would find some hope in this story. I won't even try to suggest that her story and mine are the same, either.
I must confess that I never actually found the wherewithall to actually read it. I guess I just found their "happy ending" (if you can call it that) of little comfort. Maybe some day I will. I am truly glad that this man found the Lord and turned his whole life over to Him. Really. I just find the whole scenario to be sad, like the way Anne Frank's diary touched hearts -- after it was too late. His wife was hurt by his attitude to the very end, and his change of heart was too late for her. I know that they're both happy in heaven now, but I guess their story just hits a sore nerve for me.
If anyone has any snippets or comments about this story, I'd love to hear. And yes, I can recognize a slice of bitterness in myself, too