Here’s it’s about:
Jordan Mitchfield is heir to a media empire worth billions. He also sees and hears things that aren’t there.
Then someone close puts him in an insane asylum against his will.
When it looks like there is no way out but to take his own life, he is stopped. Is it a vision? Is what he’s seeing actually real? Is it even part of this dimension?
Whatever it is, it opens his cell door and throws him into a dangerous time-travel adventure through his memories.
As he goes deeper into the Pool of Echoes, he is forced to confront everything he has ever known, reconstruct his own mental health, and play a role in something much larger than himself.
If you or anyone you know has ever questioned their own self worth, get on board this life-changing fiction thrill-ride. You will never be the same.
I’ll make an entry on the BOOKS page so it will be easy to find later.
This was my first of ‘hopefully’ many thrillers. I’ve noticed that my favorite stories have a bit of action and conflict in them, and it’s an underserved area for those who like Christian fiction.
The Reason for Pool of Echoes
The basic message of the story is: where does your self worth come from?
If it comes from your possessions, your family, your socio-economic background, your friends – these are all things that can change. Even worse, whatever you make as the center of your self worth ends up being a chain, preventing you from a healthy relationship with whatever idol you’ve chosen – even if it’s just an idea.
There is one exception – and that is to put your self worth someplace where it cannot be taken away.
Wanna know where it is? Wanna know? Well I’ll tell you, but I also wanna make a living and share this great story with you, so come on down to the Amazon, where my book file yearns to visit you.
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