Trust Your Goosebumps, Cornelius Puck

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At the age of thirty-six, Cornelius Puck, who has done everything "right" in his life, according to society's rules, realizes that if he doesn't do something "wrong" quickly, he isn't going to make it to thirty seven.

Just as he is about to jump off the Empire State Building, a magical stranger named, Gabriel Hornblower, appears.

Gabe takes Corny on an adventure through his lifetime. Here, he discovers that his happiest moment was when he and ...

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Overview

At the age of thirty-six, Cornelius Puck, who has done everything "right" in his life, according to society's rules, realizes that if he doesn't do something "wrong" quickly, he isn't going to make it to thirty seven.

Just as he is about to jump off the Empire State Building, a magical stranger named, Gabriel Hornblower, appears.

Gabe takes Corny on an adventure through his lifetime. Here, he discovers that his happiest moment was when he and the love of his life, Jenny Skyler, were sixteen-years-old. At that time, they had made a vow to always follow their heart and do what they love with the person they love: Corny to write inspiring musicals to elevate everyone's spirit; and, Jenny to be an artist, whose paintings elevate the world.

Corny must now pick up exactly where he left the loving path.

This is "The Magical Mis-Adventures" of a new kind of hero. A noble and limitless hero, who is totally determined to find his real self and rekindle the dream in his heart in a world determined to keep him from it.

But, this is more than just a fantasy, it is the story that depicts the need for a total reversal of all of our priorities and values: a change from what we were once led to believe was "right" to what we were once led to believe was "wrong." A change from a material civilization to a spiritual one. A change from a world that only educates the mind to a world that also educates the heart. It is a call for transformation and a "Goosebump Revolution of Spirit," where we claim back our power and control, and learn to trust those still-quiet 'whisperings' (our intuition) in our hearts rather than others and our analytical and reactive minds and all those other outside and mis-leading forces.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781467060271
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 12/6/2011
  • Pages: 88
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.23 (d)

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    Posted October 4, 2013

    Best book ever

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    Great book

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