From Beyond to Here by OSB Andrew Marr

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Reading this seamless blend of science fiction and paranormal fantasy with Christian mysticism is not only wildly entertaining, it is deeply edifying — literary manna for the soul.
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Beyond our wildest imaginations, other worlds and dimensions exist that are vastly different than ours. These worlds beyond both fascinate and frighten us, but more importantly, they have the potential to bring a great good we never could have envisioned. In this intriguing collection of stories that explores the ramifications of encounters with beings from the beyond, the appearance of a bewildering and elusive visitor to an eleven-year-old resident brings an unusual gift that turns his entire town inside out. Two young siblings-whose parents have just left them for a year with their callous aunt and uncle-soon discover they have an angry ghost to contend with as well. As a family moves into a strange house, they find the house a lot stranger than they bargained for. When a boy finds his school filled with the ghosts of fellow students and teachers, he is mystified when he sees these same people still alive in the flesh. From Beyond to Here is a compilation of stories for young fans of the supernatural sure to entertain and raise questions about intriguing parallel worlds.
 

About OSB Andrew Marr

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ANDREW MARR is a monk of St. Gregory's Abbey in Three Rivers, Michigan, a Benedictine monastery in the Episcopal Church. While living a life of worship, he writes fantasy fiction to express the depths and delight of the spiritual journey. Andrew is the author of two other collections of stories, Born in the Darkest Time of Year and Creatures We Dream of Knowing .
 
Published July 9, 2012 by iUniverse. 320 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Young Adult, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Various on May 22 2013

Reading this seamless blend of science fiction and paranormal fantasy with Christian mysticism is not only wildly entertaining, it is deeply edifying — literary manna for the soul.

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