The Millionth Year

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"Somehow, I always thought that next to God, parents and little brothers never died. They would always be there."

Cory's life was never the same after his 12th birthday, the day his world collapsed. People he loved were not who he thought they were. He was no longer who he thought he was.

Returning home after a ten year absence, Cory is forced to face his past in order to find his future. More

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About James McCracken

James M. McCracken was born and raised in
the Pacific Northwest. He spent his teenage
years in a seminary boarding school. It
was there that his love for writing stories
began.

After leaving the seminary, he spent the next
23 years working for a telecommunications
company. He never gave up on his writing and
published his first novel, Secrets The Wallace
Family, in 1998.

In 2002 he took early retirement and began
focusing his time and energy on his writing.

The "Charlie MacCready" series is inspired by
his growing up in the seminary.

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Reviews

Review by: Tamera Somers on Dec. 22, 2011 :
" I finished reading 'The Millionth Year ~A time to heal.' This
book runs the reader through an emotional gamut. I felt deep anger,
sympathy, joy, sadness, and on and on. Very dramatic story line.
This book is sincere in heart and teaches people about acceptance
and self-acceptance. It is about love without boundaries that are
held by family roots. It is about judgments assumed and judgments
that are real. The reader can only feel empathy in the end for Cory's
plight. Excellent read!" ~ Tamera Somers, MS Ed
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Tamera Somers on Dec. 22, 2011 :
" I finished reading 'The Millionth Year ~A time to heal.' This
book runs the reader through an emotional gamut. I felt deep anger,
sympathy, joy, sadness, and on and on. Very dramatic story line.
This book is sincere in heart and teaches people about acceptance
and self-acceptance. It is about love without boundaries that are
held by family roots. It is about judgments assumed and judgments
that are real. The reader can only feel empathy in the end for Cory's
plight. Excellent read!" ~ Tamera Somers, MS Ed
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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