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Jerome and the Seraph
by Robina Williams

Category: Fiction / Fantasy
0 pages; ISBN: 1931201536

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

Fantasy lovers - if you enjoy a good story that takes a different slant on things, Jerome and the Seraph is for you. Especially, if you are also a cat lover. Brother Jerome passes from life at a friary into the afterworld and, here, meets several old friends. Among them, a cat named Quant that looks surprisingly like Leo, the friary cat. Quant proves a friend in more ways than would be expected, in particular, when Jerome begins to travel. 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. Enjoy.

 

 
 

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