The Reluctant Spirit

The Reluctant Spirit

by James Snedden

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A recurring dream turns into a call for help from the spirit world to provide closure before they can "cross over" and provide peace in the other world.

This is the story of Josh Smith, a hobo who during the great depression took to the road and foraged in the heartland for food, and a place to bed down at night; however, Josh's drifting lifestyle came to an abrupt halt in the fall of 1939 in Silo, Kansas.

It is also the story of Craig Richards, who is summoned decades later by those from the spirit world as the one mortal person who can release them from this world into the next.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014643054
Publisher: Smashwords
Publication date: 06/27/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 266
File size: 190 KB

About the Author

This book, like the author, bridges two eras in American rural life. This connection occurs through the paranormal medium. James Snedden considers himself a storyteller who can spin a "good yarn." Readers need to pay particular attention to the dialogue as the main character becomes comfortable communicating with spirits. This change is so subtle it will sneak up on you.

Given his early life growing up in the post depression years in a midwestern small town, where he attended a one-room schoolhouse, James' writing reflects life as it actually was during that period.

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