by Jennifer Willis

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rhythm by Jennifer Willis

Robin Michaels and Angela Harris share the same soul. Separated by age, gender, and geography, they are two halves of one whole, approaching life and its lessons as soul twins, complements of the same personality. "Rhythm" follows their individual progress along this common path as they search for reunion.

Robin pursues a life in the public eye as a British rock star. Angela chooses a quieter existence in the United States. While self-conscious Robin battles his demons in the spotlight, Angela struggles to make sense out of the supernatural influences surrounding her. With public pressure straining his personal life, Robin is anxious to connect with a deeper meaning to his existence, and with the elusive girl who touches his thoughts and dreams. And becoming aware of her connection to the famous musician, Angela questions her own path, her place in the world -- and her sanity -- under the shadow of Robin's celebrity.

As "Rhythm" chronicles their separate stumblings and near-misses with each other along this collision course, the unconscious partnership of Robin and Angela is at the root of their individual successes and challenges. As each struggles with relationships, life balance, and intuition, they are directed along their paths by the same guides and experiences, but from different perspectives. This ethereal relationship twists and turns as each twin becomes more conscious of this missing other half, somewhere in the world. Forever tethered by a common bond of spirit, they drift in and out of each other's waking worlds in steady progression, along the way to a fated meeting: May 20, 1999.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012885432
Publisher: Jennifer Willis
Publication date: 06/23/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 353
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jennifer Willis is an author, essayist, and journalist based in Portland, Oregon. Her non-fiction work has appeared in The Oregonian, The Christian Science Monitor, Salon.com, The Portland Tribune, The Writer, Ancestry Magazine, Skirt!, InterfaithFamily.com, Vegetarian Times, Spirituality & Health, and other print and online publications at home and across the globe.

In fiction, she focuses on urban fantasy and playful mayhem. Visit her online at jennifer-willis.com.

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Rhythm 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Willis takes you on a fascinating journey through the lives of Angela and Robin - lives lead separately but with startling similarities and coincidences. We read and share their joys, happiness, sorrows, insecurities, determinations, mistakes ... all in quiet anticipation. The main story unfolds mostly in chronological order spanning their lives from childhood to a certain day in the future with events from that day interspersed in between. A well written book by a very talented author. I recommend reading over a quiet the weekend so you won't have to decide between the book and your existing schedule!
Guest More than 1 year ago
The author has some unique ideas and explores them with this novel, which is a delight to read. I hope to read more from her soon.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Totally enjoyed this brilliant book. The story reads smoothly, in a non-linear style, with characters that come to life filled with emotion and complexity. The spiritual side of Rhythm, coupled with a reflection on our current technologies, makes Rhythm interesting reading for the new generation.