Lada Ray is a world traveler, linguist, feng shui master, and writer. She lives in Upstate New York together with her family and a beautiful calico cat. She is the author of GOLD TRAIN, gripping mystery thriller, set in Russia and based on true historic events (Jade Snow International Adventure Series #1), psychological mystery thriller, STEPFORD USA (Jade Snow International Adventures Prequel) and GREEN DESERT, Jade Snow Novella set in 2007 Iraq. Releases 2012: THE EARTH SHIFTER, new exciting YA fantasy thriller and DRAGON GATE, the next Jade Snow adventure set in Asia.
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videosGOLD TRAIN: Gripping New Mystery Thriller, Set in Russia. Book Trailer
GOLD TRAIN, Gripping New Mystery Thriller Set in Russia. Based on True Historic Events.
Paperback coming April 25, 2012!
Ebook on digital shelves now! Read it on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Sony, Apple, Smashwords!
More about Lada Ray books: http://www.LadaRay.comSTEPFORD USA: Psychological Mystery Thriller. Book Trailer
STEPFORD USA: Small town mystery/thriller with psychological twists. Alternative title: Virtual Paradise.
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GREEN DESERT, psychological mystery thriller novella set in Iraq. For more on Lada Ray's books visit http://www.ladaray.com
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- Rahala: An Ascension Odyssey
on Sep. 16, 2012
Fascinating, Visionary and Creative – Highly Recommended!
While visiting the ancient rocks in northern Arizona, friends Marcia, Steve and Harvey encounter a striking inter-dimensional phenomenon, and meet a friendly alien who shows them the future destruction of the Earth by vicious extraterrestrials called Perathons.
What ensues is a highly imaginative, philosophical and visionary story of a quest by three very different humans to save the planet. Although the book features various aliens, it is as much about saving the planet from them, as it is about saving it from ourselves, particularly from those humans who succumb to greed, aggression and other vices. It is also about saving OURSELVES, our souls, our hearts, all that is pure and good; it is about remembering who we are and what’s important.
The imagery is both profound and creative. The author takes his protagonists back in time: to ancient France and medieval Ireland, where the reader is asked to reconnect with the pure nature of our planet, and to the dismal distant future, where we see what would become of us and the Earth, if heroic action is not taken to prevent this time-line from becoming a gruesome reality.
I loved the spiritual/metaphysical element in the story, reminiscent of the Earth’s wisdom from the Native Indian and Ancient European traditions, as well as what we call today the “New Thought.” At times, Rahala also reminded me of the famous book, The Celestine Prophecy.
Jason Sullivan’s book packs a lot of information in a relatively short space. It is easy and pleasant to read, includes some humor, yet it gets you thinking about the important truths we often forget or brush aside. I highly recommend this enjoyable, imaginative and spiritual read to anyone!