The Palace Theatre

The Palace Theatre

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by David Kastner
     
 

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Rick is your average unpopular high school geek until his metal detector arrives. Rick unearths a long buried mason jar containing a pocketknife, coins and an amulet. One day while resting in a seat in the local movie theater, Rick discovers that the amulet has a life of its own as it starts to glow and vibrate. Little does Rick know that the theater was built over a

Overview

Rick is your average unpopular high school geek until his metal detector arrives. Rick unearths a long buried mason jar containing a pocketknife, coins and an amulet. One day while resting in a seat in the local movie theater, Rick discovers that the amulet has a life of its own as it starts to glow and vibrate. Little does Rick know that the theater was built over a sacred Indian burial ground. All Rick cares about is that the amulet is making him the most popular guy at Kinsley High School.

Before he knows it, Rick is the new quarterback of the football team. The girl that he has has had a secret crush on since childhood becomes his girlfriend. Rick slides down a slippery path that brings him face to face with two spiritual choices. The choice he makes will control his destiny. Will Rick make the right choice?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012044693
Publisher:
David Kastner
Publication date:
01/03/2011
Series:
Adventure of the Amulet(Part 1) , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
939,488
File size:
984 KB

Meet the Author

David Kastner is a family medicine physician, born and raised in Kansas who recently took up writing as a hobby. David currently lives with his wife and daughter in Missouri. He also enjoys oil painting and spending time with family.

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Palace Theatre 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read....Took me back to the 70's...Good moral lesson...Recommend it to young and old alike..