Metamorphosis

Metamorphosis : The Trey Parker Story

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Metamorphosis: The Trey Parker Story, the first novel in a three-part paranormal thriller series, will compel readers to question whether the life track they have been traveling is absolute and unchangeable, or whether the potential for greater influence lies within them, waiting to flourish. The novel begins with a young black man, Trey Parker, doubting the validity of what his parents and the church have always taught him about the power of faith. Within ten years, Trey's father has abandoned the family, and Trey falls into dangerous behavior that results in his being shot. This near-death experience alters the course of his life. He develops new abilities that he can use to heal others and to convince them of their worth, and though Trey feels propelled down this path, he embraces his new purpose wholeheartedly. His reconfigured destiny leads him to reconnect with his family, forge new, fulfilling friendships, and even to fall in love. However, surreptitious forces attempt to thwart Trey's happiness and his goals. A police detective vows to uncover the details of the shooting and a former Special Forces Colonel is assigned by the government to collect information about Trey, an object of suspicion now that his brush with death has transformed him. Both Detective Landis and Agent Frank Smith pursue professional and personal motives in discovering "the truth" behind Trey's incident, and wrestle with antagonistic events and people-as well as their own backgrounds, belief systems, and flaws-throughout their investigations. Ultimately, Trey Parker's new altruistic role in the community causes trouble for him and for those he cares about. He must determine how to manage his metaphysical gifts, and when to listen to his own instinct in the process of fighting a corrupt system that threatens the most sacred rights of humanity.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 308 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 19.56mm | 530.7g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508557543
  • 9781508557548

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