The Torn

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Product Details

Price
$14.95
Publisher
BHC Press/H2O
Publish Date
Pages
312
Dimensions
5.5 X 0.7 X 8.5 inches | 0.88 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781946848789

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About the Author

LaDonna Cole thrives in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee with her children, singing, writing and traveling as much as possible. A psychiatric nurse and incurable optimist, she draws on her zest for adventure, passion for family, and journey through faith to release the soul of each new story.

Reviews

...the book is inspirational and encouraging and gives the reader romance, adventure, fantasy, and at the same time answers to deal with some of the most pressing problems of youth today. Parents and adults will find it a warming read, and even may find information to help them talk to young people dealing with these issues. -- Readers' Favorite

A fast-paced psychological ride that will have readers guessing from the first page to the last. -- Heather Burch, bestselling author of the Halflings series

Cole delivers a well developed world combining elements of fantasy, sci-fi, and eons of heart. This is an author who knows how to get to the heart of the matter even while taking the reader on a wild adventure! -- S.R. Karfelt, Award-winning author of Kahtar

The Torn is a fast-paced, wild adventure through several worlds when quantum physics becomes an avenue for therapy... -- Kelsey Rae Keating, Author of A Stolen Kiss

As a court appointed advocate of foster children for the state of Texas, I immediately connected with the characters in The Torn. The writing was imaginative and kept me interested. It was hard to put down. -- Alice Gordon, CASA

...a one-of-a-kind read that had me thinking long after I finished. To anyone who has ever looked deep inside themselves, The Torn is for you. -- Katie Cross, Author of Miss Mabel's School for Girls

Not since Narnia has there been such a powerful spiritual allegory that was so righteously cool.
-- Kimberly Robertson, English Educator and Youth Development Professional

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