A rogue wave, a struggling swimmer -- Jillian goes to help. It could be the last thing she does... in this realm. As doctors struggle to save her, she takes her own journey, choosing to open that door and walk through to another time. She sees herself as Hotohke'e,a Native American, getting married, raising her family, then dying from disease that was unknown to her people. On her death, she passes through more doors, more lives, struggling to hide her family from the sadistic monsters who rule over the future realm; servicing her master in one way and his children in another as they, too, die. Each door reveals another skin Jillian once wore, another time she once experienced -- England and France in the time of Henry the Eighth, Germany during the second world war, and even purgatory, unwillingly doing the will of a supreme commander. Will she linger too long at one of these lives, or is she off to find a new one to live?
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About the Author
Honey is the mom of five beautiful daughters. Constantly on the go, she divides her time between volunteering at her daughters� high school, working and writing. Unlocking the persistent voices that have been trapped for years, this is Honey�s first YA Novel. Honey lives in Abita Springs, LA with her daughters.
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Enter Eternity based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Let’s start with the negative, I am not fond of the book cover, but I can see how and where it fits the story, however, it still lacks a great deal of shelf-side appeal. The belief in cyclic reincarnation is the very core of the Buddhist religion. In each new life we learn some new life lessons or attempt to put right the misdeeds we have committed in previous lives; the whole point is to take a step forward with each successive life. To eventually reach enlightenment. Enter Eternity shows us cyclic reincarnation in action as we are permitted a peek at former and future lives, loves, conflicts and the sacrifices made for others. A fascinating glimpse into the what if’s of another life. Fluidly written and a good imaginative modern contemporary fantasy story, with a great host of characters, and yes with even spiritual overtones. It also flitters over the age old question of free will versus fate, and we learn how not to piss off Death. I wish we had spent a little more time with certain characters, but overall, I thought it was a solid read. Hard to pigeon hole the genre, but I am filing it under fantasy. A nice touch by the author is a playlist of songs representing each chapter, unique, and another way for her to show the reader how to interpret the mood of the story. I found it surprisingly enjoyable. This is ultimately a feel good story and, why not? Received for an honest review on Darkness Beckons Urthwild