Author: Charlene Lassig
ISBN 978-1-60264-609-4 (Softcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-615-5 (Hardcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-622-3 (eBook)
One spring morning two Earth years ago in Silver Lake, Wisconsin, Josiah walked away from the human life he created and the only soul he ever loved. He returned to his home on Sol to continue in his people's traditions as their High Elder. His new life couldn't fill the void left from the loss of Raina or chase away the nightmarish memories that plagued him. Immersed in his previous regiments, Josiah is assigned a new Espirt de corps, who is a professor at a college in California.
Blind to the dangers that were developing in Silver Lake, Josiah fights to keep his sanity by taking refuge in the companionship of a mysterious woman. She entangles Josiah into a new realm of terror where his protection may not be enough to save them both.
On her own mission of hope for her brother's sake, Great Elder Mataya sets out to right the wrongs of another lifetime. She races against time-shifts in the outer realms of Heaven to change the devastating effects her actions have created. When Mataya realizes she may be too late, the Guardian world as she knows it will never be the same again.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Charlene Lassig resides with her husband Kurt and two sons, Aaron and Donovan, in the Village of Silver Lake, Wisconsin. This small community has become the setting for her newest novel, The Brook of Tears that is the sequel to The Scroll of Deul. Characters from the novel The Scroll of Deul are featured as menu items at Scully's Silver Lake Grill in Silver Lake, Wisconsin.
Charlene is currently working on several other writing projects whose story settings also take place in Silver Lake, Wisconsin. Among other hobbies and interests, Charlene enjoys scrapbooking, ceramics, and photography. She is a Guardian member of the ASPCA and volunteers at Safe Harbor Humane Society in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
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