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To the Beginning and Journey Through Here - Worlds to the Side #7

Michael A. Susko

Publisher: Michael Susko

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Summary

Zoe and Tod go vision questing on a mountain and find that they have died. Transported to another world, they are joined by Leola, an angelic being who serves as their guide. In the after world they experience colors, each producing an exotic experience which challenges their conception of being. In this Way Station world, the couple encounter persons, who still carry things and have hurts  they need to discard. The end holds a surprise which you will have to answer. Read this book for a perspective on life from a place just beyond.

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