My book appeals to those who feel that something in the world right now just isn’t right, but they can’t quite put their finger on it.
Midland, MI (PRWEB) May 15, 2013
Jigsaw puzzles, like many things in life, don’t start to make sense until all the pieces are in place.
Guy De Chaussee is a classic “Jack of all trades,” having worked as a landscape designer, county planner, substitute teacher, hospice care volunteer, church secretary and more during his professional life. De Chaussee’s varied professional experiences have given him a unique perspective on life, humanity and faith, inspiring his newest book on end times, “Revelation Too.”
“’Revelation Too’ is a puzzle that places a lot of information in the readers’ hands, but expects them to draw their own conclusions,” De Chaussee says. “Readers can explore further using the headings and clues provided, or they can just view it as an interesting read.”
While entertaining, “Revelation Too” provides a powerful message about faith and end times. Weaving pieces of history and current events into the storyline, De Chaussee implores readers to not only participate in the vicarious aspects of the plot but consider the deeper meaning as well.
Building current events and current political and religious trends around fictional stories, “Revelation Too” leaves readers with the understanding that answers to life’s biggest questions lie outside human comprehension in the spiritual realm.
“My book appeals to those who feel that something in the world right now just isn’t right, but they can’t quite put their finger on it,” De Chaussee says. “It’s for those who have seen human knowledge fail time after time and who want to see real solutions to today’s problems.”
“Revelation Too: Bang! Spoke the Prophet” by Guy De Chaussee
Available at amazon.com, bookstore.abbottpress.com, barnesandnoble.com and others.
About the author
Guy De Chaussee earned his bachelor’s degree in English from a small Midwest university. He is currently involved in spiritual care as a hospice volunteer, working with patients in “11th hour care.” De Chaussee resides in Midland, Mich., where he enjoys painting and designing homes and landscapes.