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Prize-winning writer Glenn Myers' fiction is comedy about all the invisible things in our lives--our souls, the spiritual sea in which they swim, the grace that pours on them from heaven. Glenn's non-fiction tells the story of the Christian Church in various minority settings around the world, and has sold over 150,000 copies and been translated into many languages. Glenn has had a home on each of four continents, and has degrees from Kings College London and Fuller Seminary. He is married with two grown-up children. See www.glennmyers.info
When I saw this sequel to 'Paradise' I had a suspicion that I would find it less readable than Glenn's earlier book. In fact I got into it more quickly and enjoyed it more. I like the vivid portrayals of body, soul and spirit. Souls are little islands pulled through space by pengubs. They reflect the thoughts and emotions of the people to which they belong. One elderly lady, Corrie, has the most beautiful island soul, but her body is in a bad way. Halfway through the book Jamie meets her in the flesh for the first time. It is probably a reflection of my own warped sense of humour that I found the encounter hilariously funny. I look forward to the next installment.