Logician spoke up then. "Thirty-one and I discovered another door to our world. Except, it was not our world, but another." "You were in another cubicle?" Stormer asked. "No," Logician replied. "We found ourselves in a world of tremendous color. It was a new world." "And when we looked up into the sky," Thirty-one continued, "we saw a single star." Stormer let out his breath. "And it all just happened-" "Not instantaneously," Logician cut in, as if guessing Stormer's thought. The idea of a Thinker being able to second-guess him was a troubling one indeed. "We seemed to have lost this world suddenly. But before we found ourselves in the new world, we seemed to be moving-somehow-as if in a dream. When I realized that I was, in fact, no longer moving, I was at that instant in the new world. And that is when I felt curiously healthy once again, as when last in our own world. And it is my opinion that we should all go there at once."
- Paperback | 182 pages
- 152 x 229 x 10mm | 254g
- 12 Aug 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About Sally Demaray Hull
Sally Hull wrote her first novel at age seventeen and has gone on to write over forty books. She writes in a variety of genres, since she enjoys reading a variety of stories. After graduating from Gladwin High School in Michigan, she studied at Toronto Baptist Seminary in Canada, as well as Mid Michigan Community College and Central Michigan University. After a variety of teaching jobs in America, Sally traveled to China to teach English to college students one year and grade school children the following year. She earned her TESOL license as well. After teaching, she returned to writing. Living in Montana with her husband Charlie, who is a photographer and writer in his own right, Sally continues writing, hoping to be an encouragement to others, helping them to know God better.