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Tales from a Spacious Place Paperback – November 20, 2012
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From the Back Cover
What if God took you through the looking glass? What if, in a single step, you could cross from everyday reality into something entirely different?
About the Author
Elizabeth Frerichs read her first chapter book (A Little Princess by Frances Hodgeson Burnett) early on and fell in love with the world of books. She plunked out her first story on a typewriter around that time and has been composing her own stories off and on since then. A stay-at-home mom, she began writing again when health challenges provided forced down-time. Now she crams writing into all her oodles of spare time.
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The story on forgiveness has meaning for me as I have been in a position where I needed to forgive, but couldn’t do it without the Lord’s help. When I began reading ‘The Sculptor’s Lair’ I thought it rather facile. The protagonist professed to be a follower of Jesus, but had absolutely no idea of who Jesus is/was and her total lack of understanding, or even caring really disturbed me. However, as the story moved on, more was revealed, the purpose of the story emerged and I understood. ‘The Abyss’ will give some readers pause for thought and could lead to some soul-searching. The last story ‘Two Ships’ is an allegorical one that stays in the mind long after the story is finished.
This book is different. I think it is either one you will like or dislike, but I doubt whether anyone could stay neutral. It is well-written and edited and covers a variety of issues that can face any one of us. There is plenty of angst and quite a bit of rather dry humour, and it is one of those books that I wish I had a physical copy so I could pencil in comments or underline passages for easy referral. I fall into the “like” group, so a solid 4-star read for me.