but I found this story so intriguing as we find an older Samuel with a visitor who tells Abra’s story.
Many of you know, Sam and Abra had quite an adventure together
and grew apart as friends sometimes do…
It took me a few chapters to get a ‘feel’ for the characters
[I had not read The Day the Angels Fell at the time]
and feel comfortable reading this story of Abra’s next adventure.
Once I sorted everyone out I couldn’t put it down as Abra’s story is full of mystery, magic, intrigue, and yes, even spiritual insights if you’re looking for them.
Along the way she and her new found friends encounter good and evil
on her quest to complete her purpose for where she is /was at the time.
Here are some of my favorite quotes:
“ We want things to stay the same, but the roads between ‘now’ and ’back then’ are always changing and by the time you manage to return home, if you can ever find your winding way, you realize it was never actually yours, not forever.”
“If we are patient and if we believe. The switch will often happen when we most need it to.
Weakness – pause – to strength.”
“The only distinguishing factor between good and evil... was kindness.”
“Knowing the truth, really knowing it, deflects the sharpest blows of cynicism or anger bitterness.”
“If you don’t know where to go or what to do, here is what I would recommend: go as far as you are able and do what you can. The rest will happen. I promise. The rest will always happen.”
If you love a little magic mixed with the spiritual [think The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe] and a great adventure, then this book is for you! Enjoy!
PS: I received a copy of this book from the editor for review purposes -
All opinions are my own -