FREE PREVIEW EDITION

Prelude is a true-to-life story that explores the existence of past lives from the perspective of both the scientific/medical community and the universe of metaphysical beliefs. These worlds converge in a hotly contested legal case over an unclaimed inheritance worth millions, the outcome of which threatens to upend legal, medical and religious institutions worldwide.


This well-researched, page-turning novel is sure to entertain you, and to enlighten you as to the schools of thought challenging the 'myth' that death is the final chapter. More truth than fiction, Prelude is a must read for anyone interested in the spiritual laws that are the underpinning of our life’s journey.

We’re offering you this complimentary look at the first 35 chapters at no charge. It’s our way of introducing you to this life-altering story that can change your understanding of how:

 

  • Medicine may be using an incomplete model for healing

  • The legal system may not be accounting for the 'whole truth'

  • The Law of Cause and Effect is the root cause of all success and obstacles in life

  • Death is not the final chapter

 

Read it, enjoy it. The remaining 50 chapters await should you decide to finish this amazing story. Once you read this free preview edition, you’ll immediately want to purchase the full version rife with escalating suspense and high drama, and a compelling courtroom encounter you will never forget. Available in paperback, Kindle, iPhone/iPad, Nook and other e-Book formats.

Prelude also has consistently received 5 star reviews from:

 

Amazon.com      Net Galley

This offer is made because we know, like many, you may feel an inner urge to grow, expand and actualize your true essential nature. This story will introduce you to many new concepts. We offer this opportunity as our contribution to you and a world in need… with love, peace and harmony.

As fellow travelers on the journey,

Cheryl and Robert

Download your own copy and start reading today:

 

PDF       Kindle       iPhone/iPad/Nook

 


How to install downloaded file onto your eBook reader

 

Kindle

  1. Click on this Kindle link to download the file: Prelude Preview Edition.mobi

  2. Send an email with the Subject: “Book” and attached mobi file to your Kindle email account. If you do not know what your email is, follow these steps to locate it:

    1. Log into your Amazon account.

    2. Move your mouse over the “Your Account” link in the menu at the top of the page and then click on “Manage Your Content and Devices”.

    3. Click on the “Your Devices” tab.

    4. Click on your Kindle device.

    5. Your Kindle email for that device will be shown below, and will look similar to: Your_name_###@kindle.com

  3. Click on the “Your Content” tab.

    1. To the left of “Show:” select “Docs” and “All”.

  4. After a minute or so, “Prelude Preview Edition” should be listed under “Title”.

  5. Click on the book title and then the “Deliver” button to deliver it to your Kindle device or reader.

  6. Open your Kindle device or reader and “Prelude Preview Edition” should now appear.

 

iPhone/iPad

  1. Click on this iPhone/iPad link to download the file: Prelude Preview Edition.epub

  2. Add this file to your iTunes and then sync the downloaded file using iTunes 10.5.3. or later.

  3. Alternatively, you can open up your email client on your computer. You can do this with any app or webmail program. Address an email to yourself, and attach the downloaded epub file you want to open on your iPhone or iPad. Send yourself the attachment, and then get your iPhone or iPad.

  4. Now, open your preferred email program on your iPhone or iPad and then open the email you just sent yourself. Tap the attachment icon to download it to this device, and you will see the icon turn into an iBooks one. Tap and hold on the file and an “Open in iBooks” will pop up. Tap that, and your iPhone or iPad will open iBooks and then the epub file you just sent yourself.

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