For those who don't know Tada, she became a quadriplegic after a diving accident in the Chesapeake Bay in 1967, when she was 17 years old. She's since become a wife, professional painter (with her teeth), singer, author, and speaker. Tada is an authority on suffering (her story was an anchor for Philip Yancey's first recognized work, Where is God When It Hurts?) and an advocate for the disabled.
"Walking with God through Pain and Suffering may be the most comprehensive contemporary book on the subject. And for me, that’s saying something. I’ve even ordered copies for a few friends who gag when they hear the God of the Bible is not embarrassed to say he’s sovereign over suffering. That’s what irks them: that sticky, inconvenient propensity of God to tuck everything under his overarching decrees without explaining why (or getting himself dirty). That’s what drives them crazy.
So yeah, I might be adding this to my bookshelf.