Rhapsody

Rhapsody

Paperback - 2012
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"Annette Slocum's tragically boring unfulfilled life truly begins when she is struck by a Cadillac in front of her local library. In the afterlife Annette is indoctrinated as a modern day muse. Annette travels backwards and forwards through time, by use of a Hasbro Lite-Brite, providing catalysts of inspiration to the living. Unfortunately for Annette, one single misstep in the proceedings could cause a chain reaction that might decimate the already fragile tapestry of the Universe. Severely antisocial, Annette must now commune with the world that terrifies her. She must overcome her own inner demons and personal insecurities if she is to effectively inspire. It doesn't help matters when Annette's childhood foe, now adult adversary, Jonas Rothchild, resurfaces in the life of her favorite client. Jonas' past involvement in tormenting her escalates to dangerous levels, forcing Annette to find the bravery to stand up to her infamous villain once and for all. Rhapsody is a novel about the living and the muses who inspire them, treacherous violet envelopes, the insurmountable search for strength and the enthralling quest to uncover the secrets of an elusive stranger named Nathaniel J. Cauliflower who holds the key to the entire operation."~back of the cover.
Published: [Place of publication not identified] : [CreateSpace.], 2012.
ISBN: 9781479249138
1479249130
Branch Call Number: F JAC
Characteristics: 318 pages ;,23 cm.

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