Sun and Shadows by MD and Charles A. Spradlin Wilford W. Spradlin

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Is death the end of love, or does death make love eternal? This allegorical novel explores these seemingly paradoxical questions and our longing for something beyond knowing. The authors use relationships to portray the light and dark aspects of life, as Will Allen is confronted by the loss of his love, Mary, and later loses his innocence to Martha. He finds that when the biologic drives of life collide with a love that transcends the temporal limits of existence, it takes more than logic to come to terms with the reverential aspects of love and death.

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Published January 9, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 392 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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