We the Trees Book I the Well of Time

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AuthorHouse, Feb 14, 2011 - Fiction
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The thing about people who are dying is they always tell the truth. They don't have any reason to lie. But what about the dead? As it turns out, the dead aren't so dead, after all...and they have a lot to say.

From Belfast, Northern Ireland, Alana Bell is about to unwittingly begin a quest that will unearth the secrets her foremothers left behind. Generations of women who came before her have been stewards of a prophecy. No longer dormant, the memories of lost generations of her ancient mothers illuminate a path from Alana's ancestral past into her future. Her heritage is rich with courageous women who made difficult choices to protect generations of daughters to come, because they will bear the hope of the prophecy.

Deep in her body, among the tangled roots of her family tree Alana discovers" riches that belong to all women, o"n a journey characterized by remembrance, forgiveness, resurrection, transcendence, and love." The Well of Time" is opened. Alana Bell is the Traveler. Now, is the time to remember!

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Who in the world proofedited this book? I found grammar errors and that some of the sentences made no sense when reading it, even after reading the sentences three times to see if I could understand it. Read full review

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