- Paperback: 290 pages
- Publisher: Casa de Snapdragon LLC; 2 edition (Nov. 17 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1937240355
- ISBN-13: 978-1937240356
- Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 1.9 x 22.9 cm
- Shipping Weight: 503 g
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One Calamitous Spring: A Novel of Santa Fe Paperback – Oct 18 2013
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About the Author
Edward F. Mendez is an ordinary tree, of no specific species, growing in an ordinary copse. He has been diligent about growing down to reach his full spiritual potential. Ed describes himself as a mystic, humanist, Panentheist with pagan leanings, and a proud Social Liberal, although not a very good one. Few consider him brilliant or worth knowing. Many consider him to be a fool. Let it be for the reader to decide one way, or the other, or to put him in a different category altogether. In any case, his spouse, Raymond J. McQueen, thinks him of marriageable quality. They live outside of Santa Fe with Oscar the rescued pup.
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During this particular spring, Theodora Mercedes and those close to her come face to face with the unimaginable losses and tragedies. In spite of it all, new meaningful relationships develop. Faith is questioned and, perhaps, redefined. As the readers follows the events of this truly "calamitous spring", it becomes obvious that Theodora Mercedes is the power source of her family. She is not a selfish woman, so she shares her wisdom and her insightfulness. Will this be enough to help those she loves to face their future?
I found this to be a beautifully written emotional story. The characters are intriguing and even though bad things happen to them, they continue to grow. This is a truly unique story.
I received this book for free and I give this review of my own free will.