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The Leaching of Ian Burns (Abridged)

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Author: Audrey K. Agnothedy

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Follow cantankerous old Ian as he adjusts rather humorously to an afterlife filled with unconventional concepts. This lighthearted, somewhat sacrilegious version of heaven blends liberal doses of philosophy, psychology, theology and the paranormal with the magical qualities of physics into a world of possibilities.

Gordon Long

This books starts off well, with a very interesting main character and a great premise about what heaven might be like. The conflict also starts well, but about half-way through it all gets bogged down in far too many characters with names like Larry and Barry and Leo, and too many plot streams. As a result, when the conflict should be increasing near the end, it fritters away in too much description and too many words.A serious edit to take 20% of the superfluity off, and this could be a great book Gordon A. Long


vikram

A very good book.Nicely done.Good read. Full with creativity and maturity


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Audrey K. Agnothedy

I am a professional exposed to a wide variety of people who respond in very different ways to often random and rather harsh events. This book is an attempt to pin down concrete answers to some of the more thorny and frustrating issues that cause much unease and heartache, but in an entertaining and easy to read format. If anyone also gains insight, finds solace or otherwise benefits from any of the concepts I present, all the better! (The unabridged printed version is available for anyone interested in reading about several side ventures into situations that help broaden Ian's understanding of the world. An unabridged e book will soon be available, also, by Infinity Publishing.)

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