Voices from the Past
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Voices from the Past

I Remember You
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ISBN-13:
9781462820177
Einband:
EPUB
Seiten:
203
Autor:
Josephine A. Smith
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
eBook Format:
EPUB
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Michelle Allison is a tall brunette of twenty-six. She is the proud owner of an antique shop and has built up a nice clientele for herself. Her private life is marred by dreams that have haunted her for years. They intensify in hallucinogenic leaks during the day and appear also at night in an ethereal voyage on the doomed ship Titanic. During her frantic search for a link between her dreams and reality, she happens upon a message written on a napkin left in her grandmothers trunk, which notes that is was written on the Titanic and ironically dated April 15, 1912, the day of the great liners demise. The next day she notices an article in the newspaper about a lecture on Genetic Memory. Professor Matt Sommerfield, the speaker, more than resembles the Matthew of her dreams. They meet in a French restaurant the next morning. The French ambiance sends Michelle into a somnambular trance. The solving of Michelles connection to the Titanic only leads the reader deeper into Michelles French background as her Egyptian past threads its needle through her life. Read and find out what common thread binds these actual historical events to one another.
Michelle Allison is a tall brunette of twenty-six. She is the proud owner of an antique shop and has built up a nice clientele for herself. Her private life is marred by dreams that have haunted her for years. They intensify in hallucinogenic leaks during the day and appear also at night in an ethereal voyage on the doomed ship Titanic. During her frantic search for a link between her dreams and reality, she happens upon a message written on a napkin left in her grandmothers trunk, which notes that is was written on the Titanic and ironically dated April 15, 1912, the day of the great liners demise. The next day she notices an article in the newspaper about a lecture on Genetic Memory. Professor Matt Sommerfield, the speaker, more than resembles the Matthew of her dreams. They meet in a French restaurant the next morning. The French ambiance sends Michelle into a somnambular trance. The solving of Michelles connection to the Titanic only leads the reader deeper into Michelles French background as her Egyptian past threads its needle through her life. Read and find out what common thread binds these actual historical events to one another.