Transubstantiation

When tragedy befalls a mother and her teen daughter, they are forced to choose between a life of hardening themselves against the outside world or opening their hearts and living a life without fears and limitations. With the help of a mysterious man behind the counter of a local diner and a couple of unlikely spiritual leaders, they will learn to face the darkness and embrace the light that is w More

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Words: 109,010
Language: English
ISBN: 9781628471939
About Darren Lamb

Darren Lamb is a former Marine and a Veteran of the first Gulf War. He has BA’s in Philosophy and English from The University of Utah and has studied the martial arts for over thirty years. Darren throws a mean yo-yo and frequently wears a pink astronaut suit. He has taught Zen and meditation throughout the nation and is available for workshops and meditation groups. He lives in Salt Lake City

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