The book is a story about Peter Quill, a man in his early thirties who moves back home to live with his mother. He feels very discouraged and ashamed of himself until he starts having prophetic dreams. Peter never knows exactly what his dreams mean, but he knows that he needs to share his visions with others. Through the telling of his dreams, some people come to worship him and some people come to hate him, but Peter comes to have more confidence in himself by telling others what they do not want to hear. Although Peter comes from a charismatic, fundamentalist church, Peter's dreams tell of an inclusive God that cares about the environment and loves all people. This message stretches the minds and hearts of many kinds of people, including Peter's minister.
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