Journey across realms to revisit The Garden as it once was so long ago. Visit a place between time & space where eternal enlightenment is lived out as Heaven on Earth. Walt is ready to pass from the physical world to join his long lost love. Caught between bliss & the past, he must first forgive his daughter and himself before joining his love, his Meg.The Garden iJourney across realms to revisit The Garden as it once was so long ago. Visit a place between time & space where eternal enlightenment is lived out as Heaven on Earth. Walt is ready to pass from the physical world to join his long lost love. Caught between bliss & the past, he must first forgive his daughter and himself before joining his love, his Meg.The Garden is a story of love. A heart-wrenching & warming story of family and what it is to forgive a lifetime of pain, to be free."Soon though?" She understood what he was asking of her. "Yes Walt. Soon.""She sent him off to forgive their daughter, and for her to forgive him, to heal the wounds. Only then could he join her. Only then..." A journey seeking forgiveness is the end, is the beginning, & is simply beautiful. Love's power & heaven's beauty blur the lines between past, space, present & time in this touching fantasy....
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|Number of Pages||:||28 Pages|
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The Garden Reviews
Disclaimer: This book was sent to me by the author, John M. Nuckel, for an honest review. Opinion: This is SUCH an adorable short story. I can definitely see this growing into a fantastic novel or even a movie. I am going to keep this very short so that I don’t spoil the treasure that this story is, but I will give a little bit more detail into what it is about. Walt Palmer is near the end of his life, laying in the hospital physically unresponsive but mentally aware. He takes us through small memories with his daughters and his late wife, who died seven years prior due to a mistake that he had made. In this story we watch as Walt tries to enter the “afterlife” with his wife Meg, but learns that he must make amends with himself and his daughter before he can. This story was very short and sweet, but I think it could absolutely be turned into something much bigger. For only being about 28 pages long, this is filled with beautiful descriptions and character development. The way the author chooses to describe the garden in which Meg was living when her and Walt first met was amazing, I felt like I was right in the setting. This feels highly genuine and full of emotion, especially when Walt is taking us through a memory of him and his daughter when she was very young. Though they had been estranged for years, there is an unconscious link that kept them together. I hope this author either adds to this story or makes it longer, because I have not had my fill quite yet!
I received this book for an honest reviewIt was a pretty tale, a super light read that makes you wonder a lot in your life. The book takes on the life of two spouses one that have departed and one almost going and all the things that happens in her souls, the struggle in human life and what is after it.I think anyone who like a little romance will enjoy this one. More reviews: www.bookwormiespot.com
The Garden brings us into the thoughts of a recently passed wife and mother, Megan; her soon to pass husband, Walt; and an estranged daughter, Amy. During Walt’s final days, he travels to another time, a time when he is a younger man, to visit his forgiving wife. At the same time, Amy is visiting her father in the hospital while remembering her younger days.I appreciate Nuckels’ writing style and can’t help but wonder how remarkable a novel he writes would be. I just may have to check out Blind Trust, at 214 pages, it should be a longer read than The Garden.I give this book 3 boundless stars, it was good....Beth http://www.boundlessbookreviews.comhttps://www.facebook.com/BBReviews