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A good fantasy story takes you away. The same could be said about "In the Garden," where the author wonders what would the world look like if Adam and Eve would never have consumed the forbidden fruit? From children to adults, this fantasy is unique and interesting to all. This story takes its readers on a journey with its central characters Scarlett and Andrew, who are sucked into a mysterious old book inside Uncle Bernard's library. They venture onto a life-changing discovery after being taken to another world, a world much better than we know. A place where love is mutual amongst all and feelings of envy, hate, and despair seem to be unknown. A place where animals and human beings live as one. A place where everyone has not only a spiritual but a physical connection to the Creator. But there is no happiness known to the ones outside of the borders of the kingdom. The Marked-ones constantly are in an attempt to get into the kingdom through a portal similar to the ones Scarlett and Andrew found. They want to eat the ripened fruit of the Garden of Eden for immortality likes the beings of the kingdom. Will Scarlett and Andrew find their way back home? Or will the marked ones find the portal and invade this peaceful reality? What role does destiny have in store for these two young kids?