At one time, Immanuel Zachary Stone was a typical American child, with loving parents and an adoring sister. His parents indulged young Immanuel, allowing him to travel to Scotland right after he finished high school. His youthful travels ended suddenly, however, when Immanuel learned that his family had died tragically. Shot by a lone gunman, Immanuel's family departed the earth together, leaving him as the sole remaining member of his family.
After the funeral, Immanuel could not adjust to life as an orphan. In despair, he moves back to the Scottish highlands, where he develops the habit of sitting on a lone hillside thinking of his family. The sadness in Immanuel's life clouds his eyes from any good thing that exists in his world. He is blinded by sadness - until Christina arrives.
Christina Aberdeen arrives to the Scottish highlands, and Immanuel begins to live again. His time with Christina is short, but it lasted long enough to push Immanuel to search for more with his life. This story delves into the paralysis that tragedy can create on the human soul. Immanuel's story is the story of love trying to overcome the dark memories created by tragedy.
Life can all too often be filled with sadness and tragedy, but frequently an observant soul can find happiness in between the tears.
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About the Author
When Mr. Zorea returns from his travels, and returns to his home in Anchorage, Alaska, he still frequents the coffee shops. He can often be seen with his wife, Wendy, and their three children, Derek, Simon, and Roxanne, sitting at a coffee shop reading, or writing.
Mr. Zorea has Bachelor degrees in History and Political Science from the University of Alaska, at Anchorage. He also has a Masters degree in History, and a Law degree. Although, he works full time as a Constitutional Law attorney, his ultimate goal is to pursue writing full time.