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Ripples (A Story of Garth Brooks)
     

Ripples (A Story of Garth Brooks)

by Jenny Smedley
 

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Jenny Smedley, an ordinary English housewife, has a new maxim: You never know when your life will change in a minute. Hers certainly did. In one second of unconscious recognition she rediscovered a soul mate from a previous incarnation. A soul mate that her memories told her now dwelled within the body of Garth Brooks. She had never seen Garth before until that moment

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Jenny Smedley, an ordinary English housewife, has a new maxim: You never know when your life will change in a minute. Hers certainly did. In one second of unconscious recognition she rediscovered a soul mate from a previous incarnation. A soul mate that her memories told her now dwelled within the body of Garth Brooks. She had never seen Garth before until that moment. This experience changed and enhanced every part of the author's life. She even became a successful songwriter as a direct result of it. Her acclaimed song 'I'm Still Falling', has just been nominated as Best Song of 1998, by the UK Country Radio Awards. Ripples tells of her and Garth's life together in the 17th century, as Madeleine and Ryan Fitzgerald, as recounted by Jenny under hypnosis. This is an inspirational story. It is about magic and faith, and a love so strong that it has spanned the centuries. Do you have magic in your soul? If you do, then Ripples will bring it to light. Maybe it will even change your life, in the same way that it has changed the author's.

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Cannon
You'll never read a Garth Brooks biography quite like this...Ripples could stand on its own as a dramatic romance novel. It's full of adventure, battle, family jealousy—and when you add the fact that the book's hero is Garth Brooks, it becomes a must-have for curious country fans.

Country Weekly

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ISBN-13:
9781861631565
Publisher:
Capall Bann Publishing
Publication date:
10/01/2001
Pages:
273

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