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Trafford Publishing, 2008 - Fiction - 260 pages
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This novel called CHANGE is an unusual but enlightening tale - it is an autobiography channelled from beyond the change we call death - a life story and an afterlife story which spans several decades and even more locations on Earth and beyond to the Astral and Spirit planes - describing some of the multi-dimensional levels of human existence.

It is a fast-paced, roller coaster ride through the vivid and hedonistic 1960's and '70's in London and to 1980's war-torn Africa. It tells of one man's intense and adventurous life, his death and his descent into a personal hell before his eventual self-discovery. We learn how Change - the universal constant - touches this man in such a way that it has many different effects on both him and everyone who meets him.

Running in parallel throughout the book is the present day life and loves of the medium - a psychic young man who channels the story from the discarnate and mysterious spirit who is the main character of the book and whose chronicle the story is.

Above all, this is a human tale and it contains some of the worst and best examples of human qualities - the potential for which we all possess.

CHANGE is about life and death - and life after death - and the inexorable inevitability of Change itself on all levels of existence.

These are subjects that affect and concern us all.

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A really good read and an insight into many aspects of life - an exciting, fast-paced and
thought provoking adventure - it would certainly make an incredible film.
Lyn Leitch

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About the author (2008)

Oliver, a graduate of Cambridge University, is currently responsible for eCommerce Strategy and Technology at a NASDAQ-listed specialist pharmacy company.

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