A distant shore
One evening, artist Ewan Jones notices a brilliant emerald-green object hurtling from the heights of the seaside mountain called The Rock, and he becomes obsessed with finding it--despite all obstacles. A beautifully written allegory of spiritual quest that will attract all truth-seekers.
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