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The Long Home

Now and Then

by J.T. Stilson



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 11/21/2014

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 268
ISBN : 9781490854823
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 268
ISBN : 9781490854830

About the Book

The friendship of three buddies, Adam, Nim, and Rocky, goes bad. Two die, but all of them enter into new life with the Prince in charge of world affairs. The mystery of their deaths in the old age looms in the background. Will anyone be held responsible? A crusty detective takes up their cause but is blocked. Adam endures the wilderness to find his family. They lead him to his new mission: to teach thousands of orphans about life and love. Nim deals with loss and an enemy from the past, and Rocky changes his identity. One of them plans insurrection. This book explores future relationships set in a global society where time doesn’t seem to matter. Working within a righteous society governed by the Prince, citizens must invent technology to advance industry, economy, art, and science, while learning new traditions of the spirit world and worship. Immortals live peacefully with mortals who don’t always comply. Evil has been restrained, except in the hearts of some. Can tensions be resolved to assure peace? Only Rule in heaven knows, and He’s not ready to reveal answers. It’s a wild ride.

About the Author

J.T. Stilson lives quietly in a rural community close to her family and friends. She is an avid reader and writer, and has been published in several magazines, newspapers, and journals. She has authored two nonfiction books, but this is her first novel, which was a joy to write.

Stilson has been a lifelong Christian, fully active in the work of the Lord. She has been a teacher, youth worker, choir member, organist, librarian and archivist. She loves books and history. In each of her books, the Lord led her in the writing and publishing process, and she’s thankful for that because writing books isn’t as easy as adding them into a library collection.