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With Shaun's engaging writing style, including powerful description, engaging dialogue, intriguing plot lines, and realistic characters that jump off the page and into your heart, it's no wonder we receive so much feedback with comments like these:
>I was up till 4 a.m. because I couldn't put it down. >The story is great! I couldn't stop reading it. >It is way past my bed time but I couldn't stop reading the book until I was finished. I loved it! It is like the perfect story. >My only question is WHEN'S THE SEQUEL?!!!!
Answer: Book Two should be available by Thanksgiving 1999.
I thought for a moment, then answered. "I'd rather be a falling star for a few seconds than a speck of dust in space forever." Annetta nodded and I continued. "It's better to live gloriously, even if it's only for a few moments. I learned that from wildflowers and the snowflakes I used to catch on my tongue."
Firelight danced against the tall snow-covered pines bordering the meadow. I held my hands toward the fire and continued thinking out loud. "Anyway, it doesn't really disappear, does it? The falling star turned into light and heat, those are important. And snowflakes turn to water that feeds wildflowers. And wildflowers spread seeds that fill meadows with flowers the next year. And life goes on, doesn't it? And that's okay. That's just the way it is."
"And we remember things," Annetta added, "and that changes us, so we're all tied together, we're all part of life. So I guess it's not a waste after all."
"You can't save up life," I agreed. "You only get to keep what you spend."
The book was wonderful from start to finish . ..The love was real and heart touching and made you feel a part of the plot.. . Read morePublished on November 2, 1999
I SELDOM PICK A BOOK UP THAT I CAN NOT PUT DOWN,BUT THIS ONE WAS LIKE THAT.. .I WANTED TO KNOW WHAT EACH CHARACTER WAS DOING NEXT! Read morePublished on September 20, 1999
Spencer Cook, the main character in this book, seems typical of any human searching for truth and meaning in life. Read morePublished on July 15, 1999
I don't get why people are referring to this as "mormon" literature. Because it mentions a bishop and a mission in passing? Maybe they know something I don't. Read morePublished on March 23, 1999
I was immediately swept into the lives of the charactors as soon as I opened the book. I found myself reading it all night long because I was engulfed with anticipation of what... Read morePublished on March 6, 1999
First of all, this is the kind of work that is necessary today - a book that encourages people to live with courage and with love. Read morePublished on February 26, 1999