The Soul's Glass Slipper

The Soul's Glass Slipper

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A detached and lost soul, Anna Dawson recently moved to the town of Danbury, Connecticut with her family. Despite a perfect marriage and a seemingly fairytale life, she can't help but feel dreadfully disconnected. It's not until her six-year-old, Marvin, develops hysterical behavior during storms that her life begins to change. As she searches for answers to help her son, she discovers memories of his past life during the Great Flood of 1955 and-against her skeptical husband's wishes and with the help of an eccentric therapist-begins to unravel past mysteries and relatives. Soon she meets Charlie, a man coping with the disappearance of his son. Charlie believes the love of his life, Georgia, a former actress from L.A., kidnapped their son during the Great Flood. But there's a puzzling connection between Georgia's diary entries and Marvin's life. As Anna reads through Georgia's words, she resonates with the stories. Diving into a healing time travel journey, she untangles more than she ever thought possible. Life-changing questions are posed as more and more mysteries are uncovered. And Anna is faced with a reality she never imagined. An inspiring tale of hope, family bonds, and timeless love that never fails to deliver a promise, The Soul's Glass Slipper will stir you in profound ways. You will never look at your loved ones the same again. (Revised edition)
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Product details

  • Paperback | 268 pages
  • 140 x 216 x 15mm | 345g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514254980
  • 9781514254981

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