Sara Whenever I Hear Your Name By Jack Weyland
Sara, Whenever I Hear Your Name By Jack Weyland am Ebook Jack Weyland is the best selling author of young adult fiction for the Latter day Saint market In fact, the modern genre of Latter day Saint themed popular fiction is one he is largely responsible for creating with his overwhelmingly popular novel Charly His interest in fiction began with a correspondence course in creative writing taken during a summer at BYU where he was doing research work Since then he has published than two dozen books, and over fifty of his short stories have been published by the LDS Church magazine The New Era.Born in Butte, Montana, Jack received a B.S degree in physics from Montana State University and a Ph.D in physics from BYU Currently he teaches physics at BYU Idaho He formerly taught physics at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology.Jack and his wife, Sheryl, are the parents of five children and have four grandchildren His hobbies include racquetball and singing.. A fifteen year old Mormon falls in love with a pregnant teenager who has moved into a foster home after being sexually abused by her stepfather.. The best Book Sara, Whenever I Hear Your Name Sara, Whenever I Here Your Name by Jack Weyland is a book about friendship and acceptance When a new girl moves in next door to Travis, he starts to wonder who she is. She is beautiful but she doesn't seem to want to have anything to do with Travis. When Travis finds out that Sara was raped by her step father he is thrown into a world of confusion. Travis helps Sara get through her pregnancy and develop a strong friendship. I loved this book because it is so well written. You find out the back stories and then you move on. Sara explains that she loves school and wants to go back to high school but has to wait until after she has her baby. When Sara does go back people are mean and cruel to her. She was so brave to do all of that and still go on with a smile on her face. When Sara had her baby she gave her up for adoption. In my opinion it was really brave and loving of Sara to give up her baby so that she could be given a better home. This book also reminded me of another book that Jack Weyland has written, Megan. Megan becomes pregnant and has to go through figuring out if she wants to keep her baby, or put him up for adoption. With Sara we don't know if she wanted to keep her baby, all we know is that she is put into a foster home. Both books really struck home for me because they were just in high school when all of this happened. I also love that Jack Weyland puts some religion and shows the process that both girls take in order to get their lives "back in order." I think that the author wrote this book to show that a true friend looks past your mistakes and your physical disabilities and they accept you for who you are. I think that the theme of this book is a true friend will accept you for who you are and look past your faults, because even though Travis knew that Sara was pregnant he still wanted to be her friend and he accepted her for who she was.