Cross Roads

Cross Roads

Book - 2012
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Anthony Spencer is an egotistical, self-made business success, although the cost of achieving this was painfully high. A cerebral hemorrhage leaves Tony comatose in a hospital ICU. When he awakes he finds himself in a surreal world, a 'living' landscape that reflects dimensions of his earthly life, from the beautiful to the corrupt
Publisher: New York : Faith Words, 2012
ISBN: 9781455516049
Branch Call Number: FIC Youn
Characteristics: 290 p
Alternative Title: Crossroads

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Perry2
Apr 13, 2015

Big fan of this author's first book "The Shack" so didn't know what to expect from this one. It was a bit slow going at first, but once I got past the first chapter I was hooked. Very powerfully written and at times laugh out loud funny. Loved this book and highly recommend it.

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sjswenson
Apr 15, 2013

Really too weird. I enjoyed The Shack but I only stayed with this so I could find out how it ended.

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readermanpdx
Dec 05, 2012

Another wonderful tale from Wm. Paul Young. Tony Spencer is a modern day Ebenezer Scrooge who falls into a coma and then encounters various spiritual figures and manifestations of part of his own psyche. He is also able to inhabit the brains of various people and help them and have them help him. He comes to the realization that he has not been a good man, husband, father, boss or brother and sets out to make things right. He is given the ability to heal one person and that is a challenge for him. Wonderful allegorical tale from a local author.

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