Clare Stewart: And Her Angel Aunt Down Under

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AuthorHouse, 2006 - Family & Relationships - 164 pages
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This is the first book of its kind; no one black author has ever covered the spiritual aspects of existence, in retrospect of inner city urban life. What makes this work most unique, is the interactive way the author draws the reader deeper into its pages with esoteric lore mixed with a gritty street knowledge. The way the spiritual wisdom of past eras is connected with everyday urban scenarios is uncanny and fresh, as we are taken deep into the sometimes eerie and tragic world of New York inner city street life. The ironic and coincidental twists that accrue can only make the reader give into the humorous way the author has brought about his most extraordinary tale. Yet the reader is introduced to a higher contemplative process of understanding, one that will have them questioning our place in this vast micro/macro cosmos.

The author claims that this work is inspired by the power and will of the Most High, a claim that many before him has also voiced, but few works have ever lived up to such a proclamation. Yet this author has created an interactive book, one where you the reader will decide if this point is fact or fiction. In other words, it will be the reader's opinion that will determine if this is truly a message from the Most High or just another attempt of man to manipulate the minds of people for self-gain. Since he (the author) claims to be only an ordinary man, born in the hardcore streets of Brooklyn, New York, a world of drugs, guns, sex, and violence, he should not be able to assimilate such information without formal training. And since he lacks formal training, how could he construct such a work of Divinity without the aid of the Creative force that has sustained the universe.

The reader is taken on a journey to find the truth of reality and, at the same time, introduced to the many workings of mind manipulation applied by the dark forces of corruption, greed, lust, and destruction throughout time that has brought us to our present day of living. He claims that the proof of Divinity is hidden within the pages, it becomes a matter of how deep the reader looks for the answer. Yet he states that the answer is placed right in front of our faces, and that the answer is as simple as one, two, three, but since most people are blinded by lust, greed, and negative pride, few will solve his riddle. So, do you think you have the awareness and determination necessary to embark on this challenging journey for what is absolute truth? If so, let the game begin!!!

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Clare Stewart and her Angel Aunt Down Under by G.C. Smith This book is a wonderful delightful and magical tale that I expect will appeal to everyone who reads it. Though the target audience is for ... Read full review

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