A Chicago-based clinical psychiatrist, Dr. Marak Burad solicits funding from Stokerdine's International and a major religious organization to conduct a three-year study of the sleep patterns of gifted children. Allison Mugler's only son, Martin is of interest because he possesses the ability to Life Trance by floating. This advanced type of out-of-body experience allows the child to leave his physical presence and visit other people. The gift strengthens as Martin grows causing him to produce a kind of coveted vibrant energy. The only complication is that Martin's Life Trance body becomes trapped in a 17th Century anniversary clock, which is stolen and it leaves him as a child with special needs. Charly Bergeron is an aspiring jazz, singer and art collector who acquires the vintage clock in 2008, from a shop in Brooklyn and winds it consequently releasing the trapped Life Trance presence and opening a portal to 1978.
About the Author
Stacy Stewart Smith is a New York-based author, fine artist, and fashion designer. He has been a college educator for many years including his current post as an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Fashion Design Art at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) of New York.