Jerome and the Seraph [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Robina Williams
eBook Category: Fantasy
eBook Description: Brother Jerome has a fatal accident in the cemetery of his friary and has a few problems adjusting to his new existence. In the afterworld he meets up again with his pet cat and discovers that the animal is a quantum creature. With the cat at his side once more, Jerome finds his afterlife exciting, exhilarating and full of adventure.
eBook Publisher: Twilight Times Books, Published: 2002
Fictionwise Release Date: November 2003
272 Reader Ratings:
"Jerome And The Seraph is a delight to read! I was drawn into the story immediately and couldn't put it away, reading it in one sitting. When a book captures your attention this rapidly and keeps your curiosity piqued throughout, you know the price you pay for it is well worth it. Robina expertly weaves her knowledge and love of Pre-Raphaelite art, mythology and quantum physics without one needing prior knowledge of either to realize its impact on the story. I really loved how she brought the understanding of linear time and simultaneous time into layman's terms, which made the story all the more interesting and awe-inspiring. Robina is working on a sequel to Jerome And The Seraph and I'm already looking forward to its completion. I recommend this story highly and give it a top rating of 10."--Dallas Franklin, Sell Writing Online.
"...Talented author, Ms Robina Williams, writes with clever, sly good humor as she takes us back and forth through the veil that separates the here and the hereafter. Her characters are very human in their curiosity and weaknesses and the paths from both sides of this veil meet and cross in what is a story that will lighten your heart and brighten your day. Things are not what they seem is one lesson Jerome and the reader will learn together as he takes those first tentative steps in a new life. I highly recommend this as a book written with warmth and friendly looks at the beliefs we live with. "--Anne K. Edwards, eBook Reviews Weekly
"The book is a well written story, with a light hearted look at quantum theory that you don't need a degree in physics to understand. The characters are all well drawn and you feel for poor Jerome on his first attempts at inter-dimensional travel, where he gets stuck inside a pillar, a tree and a painting respectively. Paintings, classical mythology and architecture all play bit parts, but the cat is the star of the show. Ms. Williams has blended every feature together so effortlessly, you wonder why you never saw the connections between them before."--Annette Gisby, author of Writing the Dream