Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) May 30, 2014
While J. E. Brunet was playing with the idea of writing a fictional story about the Holy Spirit, the word "Anoï" occurred to him and he thought it could be a fitting name for a character. In “Annouaaarr,” Brunet carefully weaves a delightful tale that involves time travel and for the characters to have the ability to change the outcome of the ongoing conflict with other realms and help them achieve a higher state of cosmic consciousness. The story is about a realm of Annouaaarr, the eternal home of the First Source. It is a tale of fantasy for all ages.
“Anoï was a good boy. When he was an angel and the newest pupil to join the ranks of the Trem-Kolo Temple, he showed a great promise. It would not be by irony that, unbeknownst to himself, he was bound by destiny to play off the courage, friendships and sacrifices of his universe, so that a hope for another may be born.”
The story takes place mostly in the realm of Annouaaarr, a fictional place before time itself. The link to our universe is shown through Madzouckaaarr, or as we know it now - Earth.
Interesting plot amidst strange and dynamic worlds is one of the highlights of “Annouaaarr”. This book is not a story about religion, it is about spirituality, friendships and hope. It is a fictional account on how the Holy Ghost came to be.
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About the Author
J.E. Brunet was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada, where he still happily resides with his wife, Kinga. Growing up he listened to the Beatles and CCR and was inspired to play guitar. From there he developed his passion for the arts and love for writing. He is also a big fan of Bruce Lee and the works of Salvador Dali. Working as a health care professional for over 30 years certainly opened his eyes to the wonders of life... and beyond.
Annouaaarr* by J. E. Brunet
Publication Date: April 2, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 142 pages; 9781493171514
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