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Animal Spell

Michael A. Susko

Publisher: AllrOneofUs Publishing

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Summary

In a coming-of-age story, a wolf dog named Loner has lost his pack and must find a new one. Loner encounters an array of African animals and conflicts, in which he switches back and forth between sides.  Behind events the world is facing a deeper danger, a Vapor trying to take a physical form that would stop the future from coming. The story has an allegorical dimension, an archetypal resonance with its characters and the conflict between good and evil. The author invites you to take this fantastic journey in animals, in which you are invited to become aware of your shadow side and your true soul self. 
  
  
 

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