We live between two unseen realities that determine our individual and national destinies.
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania (PRWEB) March 06, 2014
Brilliant New Zealand physicist, Dr. Brandon Maine, is unexpectedly lured to German colonial East Africa by the beautiful and mysterious Rachel, a Bantu-Arabic historian determined to save her country from the rapacious politician Gabriel Iramo’s threat of dictatorship and genocide.
Brandon’s African adventure morphs into chaos when unlikely friends discover an enormous uranium field. The vortex of an Africa shackled by atrocities and the supernatural almost destroys him as the U.S. makes its interest in Africa known. To live the adventure and be true to its demands will take all Brandon has and alter the course of nations.
“We live between two unseen realities that determine our individual and national destinies,” Chase explains. “Being blind to them is the deadliest danger of all, for ignorance and apathy merely intensify the outcome.”
The spiritual insights, gutsiness and down-to-earth love of life within the pages of “Between” will draw readers into the story. Fans of Chase’s new novel will look forward to his upcoming prequel.
By Jonathon Chase
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 502 pages | ISBN 9781490814506
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 502 pages | ISBN 9781490814513
E-Book | 502 pages | ISBN 9781490814520
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About the Author
Jonathon Chase and his wife have lived in Africa for many years. Both sets of his grandparents immigrated to the continent at the beginning of the 20th century to build schools, establish literacy programs and train leaders. For more than two decades, Jonathon has directed similar projects in the region and has lectured widely on the subject of Africa.
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