A River Called Forever

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iUniverse, Feb 15, 2007 - Family & Relationships
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"Love is an uneasy river. It flows deep, with emotional currents that will not be contained in a single spot. Always moving, always evolving, it carries with it all the fragments of life it collects along the way..."

"A River Called Forever" is a true and inspirational story about aging, life, love, and death. It chronicles the journey that begins when a twenty-nine year old baby boomer is thrust into the role of parental caregiver and ends twenty-two years later with the death of both parents.

Along the way there are lighthearted explorations into the reasons God gives us families, parents as hooligans, and the patience to survive them, all set against the backdrop of growing up in the 1950-60's. The work also reveals the increasing challenge of our society as forty-five million Americans face the reality of caring for those who once cared for them.

The story pivots around a mother's deathbed and the resurrection of life's memories in the final hours. It offers an in-depth glimpse into a profound encounter that altered one family's perception forever.

"A River Called Forever "exists as a testament to hope-eternal for all those who will take on the responsibility of caring for others.

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About the author (2007)

Terry Moore began writing and drawing his award winning comic book series "Strangers In Paradise" in the fall of 1993. Since then he has produced over 75 issues of the true to life saga featuring Francine and Katchoo. Except for the first 3 issues with Antarctic Press and a brief run with Homage Comics, Terry has self-published every issue of SiP under his own imprint, Abstract Studio. Today SiP is available in 8 languages and is one of the strongest selling comic book titles in trade paperback format, with 12 books collecting the romantic saga to date. SiP has won many awards worldwide, including the Eisner Award for Best Continuing Series and the GLAAD Media Awards for Best Comic Book.

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