Games from Eden

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Trafford Publishing, 2002 - Fiction - 271 pages
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Twin children, derisively named Adam and Eve, were born in Lucas, Kansas - home of S.P. Dinsmore's concrete Garden of Eden. As children, they co-created an exclusive reality that included communicating telepathically and feeling each other's emotions. The story finds Adam and his twin sister Evelyn as financially successful adults in New York and Colorado. Separated from each other and their world by impenetrable walls of self protection, they remain confused by the memories of experiences that have left them estranged and lonely. When Evelyn is killed in a car accident, Adam insists that her body remain on life support while he deals with his unresolved guilt concerning their separation. Meanwhile, in an extended near-death experience, Evelyn explores the world of the half-dead, frustrated in her attempts to reestablish the childhood trust and communication she knew possible with her brother. Through their struggles, each faces their greatest fears and finds the internal strength to take their next step in life. Games From Eden is a metaphysical adventure spiced with synchronicity, precognition, symbolism and experiences of the human struggle to understand the games of life.

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