A return to the Currency of Kindness ..
GOLD MEDAL WINNER
2016 Global Ebook Awards
The story-within-a-story continues and a sequence of stunning revelations unfolds in Epiphany’s gripping conclusion.
The 2008 Global Financial Crisis is looming, a time of losses for some in Rosetta’s circle, and the odd astonishing gain. Via the path of mystery, reversals in fortunes and romantic love, Rosetta and her book club unwittingly get involved in a quest for The Silvering: an epoch rumoured to begin in 2019. The world’s concept of worth, however, is keeping alive the Cycle of Suffering that body-kings began in the ancient past … and the chance for a brighter future is fading fast.
Beneath the red soil of a southern land lies a glimmer of hope — a legacy of Norwegian forest-dwellers — destined to bring about a worldwide epiphany … but only if two people from two very different standpoints can settle their differences in time to fulfil Lillibridge’s mystifying prophecy.
Discoveries made about Edward Lillibridge in the British village of Tintagel, letters he wrote to his sister and son, unite Matthew and Rosetta in their desire to glean facts, but between them stands a wall of mistrust that threatens the sprites’ noble plans. Each letter adds yet another detail to the tapestry of Lillibridge’s 18th-century existence, and Matthew is confronted with an uncanny truth that challenges his perceptions of life and death.
Once again, Ms Terry does an amazing job of working the plots of both the faery world and present day as the characters come to realize they are connected through the Dream Sphere where the past, present and future exist simultaneously … Brilliantly entertaining … Captivating, wondrous and uplifting!
Stephen Fisher, Readers Favorite
A monumental achievement … I am in awe of Sonya Deanna Terry’s ability to guide the reader from Australia to England and from the spiritual realm to the world of finance.
Ray Simmons, Readers’ Favorite
Extremely complex yet easy to read and follow … an amazing story that combines ancient myth, fairy tales and modern issues in a tremendous promise for the future. Exceptionally well developed characters and a dual plot that merges the past with the present provide plenty of interest, excitement and enlightenment. You can’t help but feel uplifted as the story unfolds, so it is well worth reading – and more than once!
Melinda Hills, Readers’ Favorite