A Quest for Immortality

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Family & Relationships - 240 pages
A Quest For Immortality is an intriguing tale of an estranged family reuniting and healing. It is a journey of discovery, love and forgiveness. The main characterhas known only regret and loneliness for many years. He, slowly, changes and basks in the power of forgiveness, kindness, and love from the people he thought despised him. This story spans several generations, family traditions and beliefs. Charkey is the narrator of memorable events and lessons. In the midst of the main story line there is a touching love story. A love lost through death is kept alive by the passion and power of being a soul mate. This novel affords its reader the observation of two young boys being transformed into men. A gruff old man that they had just met, turns out to be the perfect mentor. The reader is provided the opportunity of seeing things through their innocence. Reading A Quest for Immortality, each individual can identify with one or more of the issues. It is an experience that brings tears, smiles and laughs.

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John Klopfer is a first time author who brings laughter, tears and smiles with the ease of an experienced writer. Mr. Klopfer brings his characters to life, while ensuring that the reader identifies with them. He incites all elements of emotions in the reader. It is a stay up all night read. This first work of John Klopfer brings familiar struggles and family values to you. Johnwas born in Springfield, Ohio. As an adolescent he moved to Tampa, Florida.He haslived in various U.S. cities from the Atlantic to the heartland to the mountains of Tennessee tothe Pacific Northwest. Heis ahealthcare professional, bringing compassion and caring to many of the ill. John lives in Ocala, Florida.

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