Phuong Nguyen’s New Book Imagines a Soul’s Journey after Death

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"The Eternal Wake" uses fiction to explore the possibilities of what happens in the afterlife.

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“For those who are curious toward supernatural beings and superstition, it will be an easy read,” Nguyen predicts. “The book is meant to appeal to readers who enjoy fantasy stories, as the story takes a different approach to life itself.”

Author Phuong Nguyen incorporates cultural beliefs and superstitions about death, the afterlife and reincarnation in her new fantasy novel, “The Eternal Wake: Book 1” (published by AuthorHouse).

“I have always been fascinated with reincarnation and what happens after an individual dies,” Nguyen explains. “This fictional story is my own depiction of what I believe to be the journey of a soul after death.”

The first book in a planned series, “The Eternal Wake”, follows the adventures of Evelyn, a young woman trapped in between two worlds. She finds herself on an incredible journey in which the desire to know the truth overpowers her and she must fight a force she never knew existed. In addition to her physical struggle, she struggles emotionally, torn between two lovers.

“For those who are curious toward supernatural beings and superstition, it will be an easy read,” Nguyen predicts. “The book is meant to appeal to readers who enjoy fantasy stories, as the story takes a different approach to life itself.”

“The Eternal Wake”
By Phuong Nguyen
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 196 pages | ISBN 9781491802397
E-Book | ISBN 9781491802403
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Phuong Nguyen is a resident of Glendale, Ariz., and received her doctor of pharmacy degree in 2012. She is currently practicing as a retail pharmacist. During her internship, she volunteered for events providing free health screening and health management to homeless individuals. She also compiled an article to the Board of Pharmacy detailing the cause, implementation, effectiveness and utilization of the prescription monitoring program. Her passion toward health and medicine is reflected within her writing. When not at work, she participates in an association known as the Buddhist Youth Association. The association focuses on the religious view of Buddhism and maintaining the Vietnamese culture. She teaches Buddhism and Vietnamese, organizes cultural performances and helps children and young adults develop into true Buddhists who are contributing members of society. Although busy with long, odd hours at work and the association, Nguyen still finds time to spend with her fiancé and their three dogs.

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