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I didn’t want to stop reading. The story begins with the horrific death of Pete Stanton. As a new spirit, he has the freewill choice of going into the light or staying earthbound. How can he leave Jessica, his wife whom he loves? He makes his choice. But is it the right one? … -Amazon Review
WHEN PETE STANTON DIES in a violent car accident, he’s given a choice: enter a mysterious portal to the afterlife, or stay behind to look after his living wife, Jessica. Staying with his wife seems like the obvious choice, right? Wrong. Pete quickly realizes the spirit world is an ambiguous, unpredictable place, where time seems to whiz by and stand still simultaneously, rendering him a helpless observer to those still living. That is, until he finds his reason. That’s when Pete discovers he isn’t so helpless anymore.
WHEN JOE MORTON DIES, it isn’t the unknown he fears—it’s never having the opportunity to meet his unborn grandson, Josh. For this reason, Joe stays behind, excited to watch his grandson grow—only to end up cursing the spirit world he’s trapped in, the veil that will separate them forever. Until it doesn’t. Until everything changes when Josh reveals a special gift that must be kept secret at all costs.
WHEN THE THREE ARE SUMMONED by strange and powerful forces, they converge on the battlefields of Gettysburg, where wars still rage and bloodthirsty spirits never rest, fighting for something that only Pete, Joe, and Josh may be able to give them: an escape from the evil forces dominating the spirit world, and the chance to finally cross over.
WALK TOWARDS THE LIGHT.
About the Author
Daniel R. Frank is the author of Crossing Over: Into the Light (2020). After bouncing around Illinois and Chicago, Daniel now lives in Oak Park, IL – a quaint little village adjacent to the westside of Chicago. He began writing after his mother fell ill to a genetic kidney disorder, which claimed her life in March 2003 (the experience of his mother passing becoming an inspiration for Crossing Over). When he’s not writing, Daniel can be found playing with his young daughter and son, working out at his local CrossFit gym, or making plans to attend the next Phish concert.