We were there you know, her seven-year-old daughter said, pointing to a print of the Crucifixion, "before we came down the last time..." Standing in Chartres Cathedral, a twenty-year-old memory erupts out of Elizabeth Layton's unconscious mind, propelling her to the Holy Land in search of the reality of reincarnation.
But why is Elizabeth followed from the moment she lands at Ben-Gurion International Airport? In Israel, Elizabeth encounters an American woman and two Israeli men, all at a critical juncture in their lives.
The novel follows the intertwined lives of the four until some resolution occurs for each...and the mystery that drives the novel along is solved.
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Shirley Latessa was born in Michigan and spent her teenage years in a Zionist youth movement. In her twenties, she studied acting and performing in New York and Cleveland, where she met her husband, with whom she had three daughters. In her thirties, Ms. Latessa began studying Anthroposophy. Though she started writing at a young age, it was not until her thirties that she began to write seriously, including song lyrics, plays, and a book and lyrics for a musical. She has coedited two books of nonfiction, The Changing Countenance of Cosmology and Isis Sophia. She has also written two novels, Eighteen Days till Home and Dancing in the Fire, as well as a book of poetry, Summing Up. Ms. Latessa's most recent work is the fantasy quartet called “Auragole’s Journey,” which includes Auragole of the Mountains; Auragole of the Way; Auragole of Mattelmead; and Auragole and the Last Battle (from Lindisfarne Books). She lives in Greenwich Village, New York City.
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Book Description Waverly Press. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0965792218 New. Bookseller Inventory # Z0965792218ZN
Book Description Waverly Press, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0965792218