Seeking help from colleagues around the globe, Victorian physician, Dr. Liam Gilbert, is desperate to discover what is wrong with little Rachel Ellingswood. The child has faints that bring her near to death without warning. Only child; heiress to a huge fortune in Devon, England, four year old Rachel will not survive without some miracle of discovery. Yet, Gilbert does not believe in miracles.
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About the Author
When not reading, he is writing. When not writing, he is reading. Author Joel Blaine Kirkpatrick lives with his lovely wife and their two boys in Southwest Colorado. A novelist with five published works—only four of his books are available as e-books. Being a fierce supporter of independent and self-publishing, Joel straddles the fence quite well in the industry. He is the current Managing Acquisitions Editor for JournalStone Publishing, and is the first contact for authors wishing to be published in the traditional modes. (email@example.com) (www.journalstone.com) His motto, which he freely shares as terribly good advice--Authors should write for themselves, then share their work.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book really can't be rated. I hated it and I loved it. There really is nothing wrong with the writing. Some parts of the story are pretty good. My complaint is about all the religious themes. The author seems to be comparing atheists and christians but he makes them the compassionate and the stupid. He makes the atheist into his hero. Then he destroys all the others who have any beliefs in God. One of the characters made me so angry, it was difficult to keep reading, because that person was so filled with hate. That person was horrible. I finished it finally wondering what was the authors point?
All of Kirkpatrick's books are really good! cj