Tarzan of Rainbow

"Tarzan of Rainbow" by Chandra Jayne is a fascinating dramatization of a great healer's evolution. A skinny, terrified boy from the ghetto reads Tarzan to find his values, and later becomes a gun-toting body-builder and a charming hunk. After a terrible accident, Sampson is given amazing spiritual gifts to heal. Telepathically guided by ETs to heal people, can he heal himself of the past? More

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About Chandra Jayne

Author Chandra Jayne writes passionate, metaphysical stories with a paranormal and divine twist. Her original stories and screenplays deliver excitement, depth, and wonder. Madly in love with the human experience of love, Chandra Jayne stories feature dynamic dialogue and truly unique characters.

A gifted film producer, researcher, and award-winning writer, Chandra Jayne's mission is to heal broken hearts. Chandra Jayne's best advice is "Live now. Avoid the rush."

For literary, film, TV, and audio rights please contact Chandra Jayne. All works are copyrighted and registered wtih WGA.

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