Cindy Owen is having a crisis of faith. Though raised as a Fundamentalist Christian, she is having serious doubts concerning the worth of her beliefs. When a sensitive artist draws a portrait of a goddess in her image, Cindy's life begins to change dramatically. Based on the Archetypal theories of Carl Jung, Artemis Nights is a heartbreaking story illustrating the power of illusion and the human necessity of having something to believe in.
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