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Parting the Veil

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Parting the Veil by Jay Davis
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When John Creed died, it was only the beginning of the changes he was about to experience. John died on the operating table, after a deadly car crash. After many desperate minutes he was revived. Now John carries the memory of having been dead, of having left his body and this earth and walked that long tunnel into the light. He has returned with more than memories - he has a new ability to see into the hearts of others. He has a mission - places he must go, people he must help. John has been sent back for a purpose. Though he struggles with the visions, he must accept the gift of life that he's been given and follow the path set out for him. He is to become a guardian angel. Along the way he will find new friends, renew old friendships, and discover a love such as he had never thought possible. "Parting the Veil" is a story of love and redemption. The tale of John Creed and his journey beyond death into a full life of the spirit will inspire everyone who reads it.

Author Biography

Born in St. Louis, MO, Jay Davis has spent his entire life immersed in books-as a reader, writer, editor, bookstore clerk and publisher's representative. He was part of the rep team that launched Tor Books in 1981. After co-authoring two best-selling novels--the recently optioned Sins of the Flesh and the Bram Stoker Award-nominated Bring on the Night--he turned his literary efforts to suspense novels with a spiritual flavor. Parting the Veil, the first of a loosely-connected trilogy, was written in St. Louis, Seattle and Reno, which provide the trilogy's primary settings. The author currently lives in Reno, NV.
Release date NZ
July 25th, 2005
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Country of Publication
United States
Edition
New edition
Imprint
Tor Books
Pages
384
Dimensions
140x210x27
ISBN-13
9780765348364
Product ID
1817198

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