Jerome and the Seraph by Robina Williams

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Following an unfortunate accident in the friary cemetery, Brother Jerome is pitched unexpectedly into the afterworld. When he meets up with his pet cat, Leo, he assumes that the cat, too, is dead. But Leo's real name is Quant and he's a very special cat.

With the quantum cat by his side, Jerome sets out to explore the new world he finds himself in--though it seems to be, rather, an old world when he hears Pan's ethereal music and has to step aside as a couple of centaurs gallop past. Have his years as a Christian friar been a dreadful mistake? But the cat reminds him that Christ said there were many mansions in His Father's house: the Lord is Lord of all pantheons, God of gods.

Back at the friary, the Guardian, Father Fidelis, fears that his past has finally caught up with him. Who can help him?

-- "...entertaining book that ironically connects complex topics (the afterlife, mythology, and quantum physics) into a wonderful fantasy that hooks readers from the moment Al and Jerry exchange a few words. -- The Midwest Book Review

About Robina Williams

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Robina Williams lives in the UK. She has been a schoolteacher, college lecturer, secretary and features writer for newspapers and magazines. She has an M.A. in Modern Languages from Oxford University and an M.Phil. in English Literature from Liverpool University. She has written two fantasy novels, "Jerome and the Seraph" and "Angelos" and is now working on a third.
Published April 15, 2002 by Twilight Times Books. 178 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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