(PRWEB) August 18, 2016
Floyd Willmore, a retired math teacher, has completed his new book “Kolobians Seek the Afterlife”: an entertaining yet insightful conversation between extra-terrestrial equestrians and a young boy regarding the nature of the afterlife, the necessity of religion, and the meaning of life.
Being a naturally inquisitive and logic-seeking child raised in the Christian church, Willmore found that “inspirations to write this story began when [I] was five years old attending Sunday school with [my] mother. Those inspirations matured and accumulated for another sixty years.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Floyd Willmore’s imaginative tale brings Dyolf and Yar – two winged horses from the planet Kolob – to Earth to find the information that their strict home planet’s caste system will not allow them. They introduce their mission to a young boy named Jodel, who is more than happy to oblige.
With the help of their ability to travel through time and place, their mission is enriched with facts about the major world religions. Soon, they are joined by other citizens of the planet Kolob whose differing species – a mule, donkey, and a unicorn – provide divergent points of view through which to question and examine what religions offer when it comes to big ideas like creation.
Written in a dialogue style, this heavy conversation between some incredible characters is accompanied by charts to sort out complicated concepts as well as by lavish illustrations.
Readers who wish to experience this interesting work can purchase “Kolobians Seek the Afterlife” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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