Book Review of Shadow in the Reflection
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Can destiny be fulfilled in just one lifetime? Dr. Gregory Ambrose thinks so. Through past-life regression therapy with a young woman named Anne, he finds himself carried over the centuries to not only a different time but a different reality. Anne's memories act like tendrils, drawing Ambrose into this most savage time with her. Frustrated and confused Dr. Ambrose reaches out to a colleague for help. During their conversations, he learns that one of this doctor's past-life regression patients believes that he was some kind of Viking in another time-not unlike the Vikings in Anne's memories. The coincidence is too much, and Ambrose's imagination and ambition tempt him down a dangerous path. Determined to know the truth and understand the connection, he begins to push the limits of his ethics. What evolves is a story from another time, when wizards and warriors battle for power. The fate of two lands-one fighting for unity, the other for safety-hangs in the balance as two druids play out their own endgame strategies. At the same time, two hearts seek their destiny with true love. Fate lends a hand as all meet in a final battle. Is it truly the end or just the beginning?
About the Author:
Joe Niehaus, a veteran police officer in Ohio, is the author of six books and numerous articles in police and martial arts magazines. He holds certificates in fraud examination and forensic and clinical hypnosis. A graduate of Tiffin University,
I found it fascinating how the book entwined Norse mythology and Briton history and the Christian faith beginning in Britain. I love books that take unusual looks at historical information or combine two different histories. Now I wonder how much, if any, of the historical information is accurate.
The story was very interesting and I loved the unusual setting. I give this book 4 out of 5 clouds.
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