JPKmos And The Stone Angels
By K. James
An adventure novel about two brothers Josh and Phil and their younger sister Kristen Mos is set in Glastonbury Connecticut in the summer of 2009. JPKmos And The Stone Angels, is filled with the suspense of danger and touching human relationships, in an extraordinary saga about what once was a Moon of the Earth called Threa and it’s survivors hopes hidden in the hearts and minds of the three children born of both worlds. Josh, Phil, and Kristen Mos are hunted by Threan DNA Dominates who have brought their war from their long lost Moon to Earth, where battle is to the death and the strongest of the species survives by harvesting the DNA of the weak.
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“I’m humbled by the silent majesty of each new dawn.Hoping, as I stop to stare at the newly painted sky,that my soul will be refreshed, and lift me to a placeunder the early morning clouds where I’ll find truth and wisdom, love and compassion, and contentmentfor my lot in life. In that precious moment, as I stand before the face of God, I thank him for mychildren, and one more day to love them.” Kerry James. Mosdale