Christmas When Music Almost Killed the World
Written by the co-author of ""ELEMENTAL, the Power of Illuminated Love,"" and ""Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance,"" the novel CHRISTMAS WHEN MUSIC ALMOST KILLED THE WORLD is a lot like an extended song on the beguiling nature of life, love, death, and music. Enter the world of Danny Blue and you enter one where few things are exactly as they seem and yet everything is filled with powerful meaning and significance. "Coping with the death of his girlfriend would probably be a lot easier for Danny Blue if superstar musicians, strange cults, and a certain ghost could just leave him to his pain. The only problem is that none of them will. The fact that he seems to be changing from an ordinary human into something very different doesn't help very much either." --from PUBLICATION NOTES
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