Odeon Paradise: A Night at the Movies with Jesus and George

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Trafford Publishing, Mar 15, 2012 - Fiction
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Sooner or later, most people reach a point where they wish that they could change, really change, something about who they are. Whatever the cause -- a lost love or a mid-life crisis -- they sit down and think, I just can't stand who I am, and I would give anything to change! Can they? In Odeon Paradise: A Night at the Movies with Jesus and George, the answer is an emphatic, Yes...with a little help. For George, a young church organist/choirmaster who arrives at the Pearly Gates considerably ahead of schedule and with a lot to answer for, a little help involves the combined efforts of Jesus, Freud, Shakespeare, Bach, and a host of heavenly others, who help him, sometimes in spite of himself, to become a better man, as they join him in the Odeon Paradise, a little theater in Heaven, to watch a movie of the last year of his life. A humorous story with a serious point, Odeon Paradise: A Night at the Movies with Jesus and George will appeal not only to those who enjoyed stories like A Christmas Carol or The Five People You Meet in Heaven, but to anyone who has found his hopes and dreams tied in knots, and wishes that he could get a little help in turning his life around.

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