"Clear Winter Nights: A journey into truth, doubt, and what comes after" by Trevin Wax is quite an interesting book, but definitely not light reading material. It's a short fiction story based on theology that really dives deep into the questions that all of us Christians face.
After Chris's grandfather, Gil suffers a stroke, Chris's mother suggests that he go stay with his grandfather for a few days to help him out. But instead, Gil ends up helping Chris. As a former pastor, Gil can help his grandson answer his questions about God.
Trevin Wax is an author of multiple books and posts on a popular blog called Kingdom People. He is also editor of a small group based curriculum being developed by Lifeway Christian Resources.
I received this book for free from Multnomah Waterbrook Publishing Group to give my honest unbiased opinion. I rate it as 4 stars.