If this were a work merely documenting the apparitions, it would fall short; the events are recounted, but not in great depth. What makes this book unique is that it gives the world a rare glimpse of Conchita's life after the apparitions ended: how she came to New York, met and married her husband, how she lives almost completely unknown to her neighbors, and her close friendship with Mother Teresa. (Mother Teresa visited Conchita in her home for the last time in August 1997, less than a month before the nun died.) Also explains Conchita's friendship with Padre Pio. This book reveals the humanity of Conchita, a woman who is burdened with the knowledge of the most secret Designs of God, yet who wishes nothing more than to live a normal life while she still has time before the great Finale of Garabandal comes to pass, and she will become the most hunted person on the face of the Earth. Having been to her house twice, it is very clear to me that this valiant woman wishes only to remain hidden, and live her life no differently from the average person. She lives in total dread of the greater fame that is yet to come for her, but she is resigned to finish her mission as she promised Our Lady at the last apparition. God be with you, Conchita Gonzalez, and your three companions, forever.