What you read today is Mrs. Tuesday's Departure in its original form. Not the third-person POV that I first published on Amazon.com.
The important changes that you will find in this new (original) version are:
It's written in the First Person Point of View, which gives it a more intimate feel, which as it turns out, is the right POV for a story about a family experiencing the most terrifying moments of war.
Second, it's actually set in Budapest, Hungary during World War Two, not in the fictional other-world described in the first edition.
And finally, it has a spiritual element that explores a particular element of religious faith that has always perplexed me....the challenge of believing in something we cannot see.
I resurrected the original manuscript and set to work dusting it off and making a few changes, hopefully clearing up things that in reviews of the first Mrs. Tuesday release had caused consternation for some readers. I believe that having returned the book to its original form it has improved the story's experience for you, the reader.
I always enjoy hearing from readers through the reviews here on Amazon.com. Please leave a message and let me know your thoughts!