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Lucid World Paperback – October 6, 2017
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About the Author
DENISE LAMMI, BMA, CPA, CA, is an acclaimed lecturer and an enthusiastic seminar presenter. A seasoned Chartered Professional Accountant; she is a respected author of numerous business courses used across Canada. Her personal development articles have been quoted and shared internationally. Denise applied her professional training in insightful and precise thinking in a new direction to write her first novel for young adults, LUCID WORLD. The book was inspired by her interests in history, science fiction, new age thought, and her own life experiences. Raised in a small farming community near Lethbridge in southern Alberta, Denise has since travelled the world. Two fun facts: she was once struck by lightning; and, though she is not a golfer, has had a hole-in-one! Denise currently lives in Vancouver, Canada with her husband, Tony, and their cat, Astro.
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The story is uplifting, quick moving and optimistic and shows the powers of the human mind and survival instinct.
The story looses a bit of its pace by too quickly concluding in the final few pages.
Enjoyable and uplifting reading.