The Innerglow Effect by Craig Robertson

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A new antidepressant may have the unbelievable side effect of allowing its users to see themselves die but still live to tell the tale. Join an emergency room physician, Paul, and a young priest, Pablo, as they try to work together to discover if The Innerglow Effect is real based on so many bizare reports. Can they understand what the Innerglow Effect is and what it means? If what they perceive is real, the implications will change everyone's lives forever. Virtual immortality is just the beginnings of the implications they have to sort though. Not only must they combat the looming drug company bent on damage control at any cost but also the pressures their loved one who doubt their quest. Most importantly, the must battle with their true selves, that which lives just below our everyday facades and may hold-up so poorly under stress. Medical mystery, spirituality, a touch of the mystical, and old-fashion suspense are woven together expertly it this riveting novel.
 

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Published April 26, 2011 164 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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