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Across the Gulf and Journey Into Un-Time - Worlds to the Side #3

Michael A. Susko

Publisher: AllrOneofUs Publishing

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Summary

Zoe and Tod, who had been best friends in childhood, plan a reunion with a visit to Guatemala. At a remote village, they are invited to ancient Mayan rituals, including a trip to a deep cave. In the cave ritual, the New Year is being brought in, but a problem develops. Time is stopped and the old gods demand a sacrifice. The two end up facing the Cave God and the question of how to start time again. In the swirling chaos of un-time, Zoe and Tod have a revelation that will change the rest of their lives.

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