As Jake Rayne travels through Idahaho in his classic '57 Thunderbird, a devastating accident is the catalyst for a journey he isn't expecting. Alone in the deep forest, with his body battered and broken, Jake calls out for help. And the help he finds changes not only his life but his whole reality. Jake is opened up to awareness' of possibilities. Possibilities that we have always known should be, but have not shown up. Are you willing to have a world where language is not a barrier and people communicate telepathically, where the ability to heal and nurture one another is not limited to the qualified few? Author Gary Douglas is. To Learn more about this incredible novel please visit: www.accessconsciousnesspublishing.com.
What people say: "This novel is so well written that it transported me to The Place and made me wish I was one of the characters and wonder how this world could be id that kind of stuff was possible?" --Claudia "Reading The Place has been a delightful and refreshing experience for me. This book gives a very different perspective on life and the possibilities presented. In a way I have been dreaming of this place, but I had no idea that someone else would have the same vision, so maybe this 'place' actually exists? That would be a dream come true beyond my wildest imagination! A great read that made me desire to read it again and again, and every time I did, there would be more things I would become aware of, that were hiding in the depth of the wonderful language presented in this book." --Suzy
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Fantastic story but very poorly read.
- emma deyn
A real disappointment for me sadly
I could not follow along with the story as the narration was dreadful. And it pains me to say this as I adore Gary Douglas. The sentences rolled into eachother, there was no proper pause between lines, some words were muddled and it was very monotone. Really disappointed. He was reading it like he didn't want to do it or wasn't interested in it.
Disappointment due to the quality of narration.
- H. L. McGrath