Through the Arch

Through the Arch
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ASIN: 
B004EHZRBC
Pages: 
228
Published: 
November 30th 2010 by Kanapolis Fog Publishing Emporium
Rating: 
3.25

Grove Miller is torn between two worlds. Nightmares of his mother's death trap him in the past as the love of Laurie Sanderson draws him to the future. Unknown to him, his father is the king of a verdant land that can only be reached through natural gateways, arboreal arches that cross between our modern world and an Inner Realm where Nature still reigns supreme. Grove must answer the questions about his past in order to face the future. He must win the love of his life and preserve his father's kingdom from treachery. A modern fantasy with elements of mystery and intrigue. Step into a wondrous land, step Through the Arch!

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