Encinitas, Calif. (PRWEB) October 23, 2013
How would you feel if you were given the gift of seeing things that others could not? Indeed to have such gift would be very powerful. But how would you choose to use it? Would you use it for good or for evil; in ‘Glimpses of Time’ author Nicholas Morell has written a story filled with adventure, intrigue, and difficult decisions.
This story is about the life and adventures of mechanic Brad Sherman. Brad is in many ways an ordinary family man who loves his wife and kids. Considered one of the best mechanics in his town, he is much content with his life; that is until he is granted the incredible power to see events that others much cannot. Now he must decide what to do with his gift. This is a tale of an ordinary guy with the ability to use his extraordinary talent to help those in trouble and to right some wrongs, all from the front seat of a car. Most people get into a car without a second thought, but in Brad’s case, it takes on a new meaning. This book is complete with likeable characters and exciting moments that will surely satisfy any action loving reader, but at the same time the book shows how an ordinary man deals with the dilemma of having powers that could very well shape the destinies of others.
“Glimpses in Time” is an engrossing read that breathes new life into the concept of psychic visions.
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Author info About the Author
Nicholas Morell is a retired Obstetrician who worked with Kaiser for over thirty-five years. His wife, Cheryl, is a practicing Pediatrician with Kaiser. They have three sons, two of whom have gone into medicine, and the third into research.
Glimpses In Time * by Nicholas Morell
Publication Date: October 2, 2013
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