How Great Thou Art
Told through the eyes of the main character, Eleanor Potts, as her own story, this is one which spans her entire lifetime. As a young girl, living within the historically renowned English town of Colchester, Eleanor embarks upon a personal journey; one which is underpinned by her quest to decipher the cryptic messages which lie deep within her small copy of the book she is given during her youth. Intrigued by the general mystery of this strange book which has divided so many throughout its own lifespan, her deeper, more complex curiosity, however, is about that central mystery which surrounds that strange book. In parallel, the unanswered questions surrounding her own existence upon this mortal plane, drive her to uncover her own truth, and, thus, set her free from those confines of that prison which, effectively, has been self-imposed. Throughout the story, it is Eleanor's awareness of the 'timelessness of history' as, essentially, being that tie which binds the interwoven fabric of all our lives, together, as one, which, is uncovered against the backdrop of the prolifically historic town of Colchester, in England. This story, it is the story of all stories. It will interweave you amidst its own magical fabric, and, as such, it will gradually transform you, and your own life, as you read between its ethereally inspired lines.
- Paperback | 404 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 23.11mm | 598.74g
- 09 Feb 2014
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About MS Heather J Thompson
Heather, born in Sydney, Australia, in 1971, to English immigrant parents, now resides in Australia having spent 6 years, during her late childhood and early adolescence, in the U.K. As a deeply sensitive, compassionate, and highly empathic person, she has always had a deep and curious interest in human behaviour. She is currently on the last leg of a Bachelor of Counselling, and resides in Brisbane, Queensland.