From an early age, he alone sees vague humanlike figures. But it wasn't until the accident at work that Terry Seer could finally see them clearly. Now, stunned by the fact that his visions can also see him, Terry heads to the countryside in an attempt to clear his head.
His tranquility is brief as a lightning storm appears from nowhere, and it's not long before he's struck and a brilliantly lit portal opens before him. Amazingly, Terry survives, but awakes alone in a room, which would not exist in his world. Coming to his senses, he is then visited by what humans perceive to be an alien, only this multilingual, kind being named Theron, tells Terry that his race called Terrans, evolved on Earth in this alternate dimension, millions of years before humans.
Theron needs to know how Terry manages to see through the dimensional barrier between their worlds. Believing Terry wouldn't survive returning, Theron reveals answers to human's unexplained enigmas including, is there life after death?
Against all odds, Terry manages to return and meets a student doctor named Diane, But their relationship could be short-lived, as a powerful force persists for his demise.
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About the Author
A. G. Smith was born and raised in South London, England. At fifteen, he began his career in the construction industry. Then in 1977, he married his wife Josie, and they have been together ever since.
Anthony (Tony), has always been a passionate observer of the world around him which gives rise to plenty of questions and he firmly believes in taking nothing for granted.
Does his debut novel, Into the Light, contain elements of truth? With a logical approach, that is for the reader to decide.