Do we accept the world as it is, pretending to make choices but always choosing to hide? Are we afraid to step into the unknown-to buck the system-because of what we might lose?Brenton feels free. But is he? A little package, a clue, an invitation into the unknown and an intrepid friend all lead to an adventure of discovery and transformation. Travel with Brenton as he learns more, remembers more, and uncovers more than he has ever known-or is supposed to find out....
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About the Author
Steve's formative experiences-combined with a love of a great story-led him to writing. Born and raised in Africa, his early years were spent in boarding school in the rural, Great Lakes region of the Congo. Strict rules competed with freewheeling boyhood adventures to feed a creative, curious mind and established ideas about authority and the world. There was plenty to fuel the imagination: gunfire in the streets of Kisangani, evacuation by Belgian and American mercenaries from Kinshasa, days-long trips through the rainforest by Land Rover, a boat trip on the Nile complete with 20-ft crocs and giant hippos, seeing (and eating) animals of all types, hunting birds of every description, learning two African languages-young Steve had plenty to ponder. Later, in a new Pacific Northwest landscape, Steve studied architecture, explored spiritual frontiers, and helped build a family while working in software startups and marketing agencies. This continued to provide fertile ground for deep thinking about the nature of things. Today, Steve continues to create story worlds, characters, prequels and sequels-and further absorb and appreciate life's gifts....
The Fall On Chasm's Close - The Illumination of Brenton Wilder based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I loved this book! I finished a second read through and am still sorting through my experience, and the incredible symbolism woven throughout the journey of Brenton. The deeper search for what is real, and what we are comfortable believing really struck a chord, and I felt that I found myself reflected back in several of the characters and their struggles. The world in this book feels so much larger than the glimpse the author gives us, and feels lived in and old, and the pacing is perfect for revealing this world to the reader. There is so much to chew on, I have found myself reviewing the characters and themes constantly since finishing the final chapter. I highly recommend this book!