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Book Title: Lightland: A Soul's Journey|
Date of issue: July 15th 2008
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The author of the book: Kenny Kemp
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 1.96 MB
Edition: Alta Films Press
Read full description of the books Lightland: A Soul's Journey:Apropos the ongoing Ebola crisis, LIGHTLAND is eerily current. The only difference (and we all must hope it remains so) is that the virus in LIGHTLAND, called "Cobalt" for the grisly way it discolors its victims, is transmissible via aerosol, like a cold or flu virus. What keeps humanity alive is this simple fact: only the less lethal viruses can be contracted in this way.
As the book opens, Cobalt rages across ancient Africa and young tribesman K'tanu is the only one who is immune. Yet without counting the cost, he gives his life to save his loved ones.
After lying dormant for six thousand years, Cobalt reawakens and again begins its destructive march across the globe. When all seems lost, archeologists in Africa unearth a mummy whose perfectly-preserved heart is--incredibly--immune to the virus. In a final, desperate attempt to stop Cobalt, scientists illegally clone the mummy. At that moment, K'tanu's soul is wrenched from the afterlife--Lightland--and thrust back into mortality.
At first K'tanu is just another medical marvel and the scientists who cloned him have no idea thay have interfered with his soul's journey. But he begins to remember who he is and realizes that to be reunited with his family in Lightland, he must first return to Africa. He is joined on his perilous journey by Chris Tempest, the brillian but reckless archeologist who recovered K'tanu's mummy, and Kate Seagram, the beautiful and tenacious researcher who is trying to unlock Cobalt's deadly secrets.
Together they will uncover two pasts... but just one future.
Read information about the authorI am a restless soul who has always had the desire to hear and tell a good story. I majored in film production in college, got sidetracked by law school and a few years practicing law, returned to graduate film school, worked in Hollywood for several years as a screenwriter and filmmaker, stumbled into writing novels, and got unbelievably lucky when my memoir Dad Was a Carpenter won the international self-published book award in 1999, resulting in a three-book deal with publishing giant HarperCollins. I continue to self-publish because I love the hands-on nature of it. I speak to writers' groups and book clubs as I travel around the U.S. promoting my books. When I'm not writing, I love to fly my plane, listen to jazz, compose schmaltzy love songs, and dissect films.
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