Have you ever had the sensation that you have experienced an event before, in a location you’re in for the first time, or can predict who will enter a room and know what will be said? The French have a phrase for that kind of experience; it’s “de ja vu”. Other people would refer to it as a brush with the “metaphysical”, an event that transcends physical matter or the laws of nature of the mind. It’s often associated with the concepts of good and evil, which are ‘inextricably linked with a battle across time and space, “as defined in the New Oxford American Dictionary.
“The Balance-The Awakening of the Goddesses”, deals with just this premise. The forces of evil and good over time have become unbalanced. Unless altered and returned to a harmonious balance, the forces of evil may prevail.
This fascinating book, a collaborative effort of Dianne Morgan and Tera Rae Shores, who have created a new epic story. Similar to one that
has been humanity’s since the beginning of time. Underlying holy books of major religions and cultures are stories of how good and evil came into being, have clashed over time, and will have some form of final encounter. At the center is a spiritual journey resulting from free will and their consequences.
Set in present day Galveston, TX, the book’s plot begins when two strangers, Lilith Nolan and Sophia Moore discover that they have much more in common the residing in the same state. They are reincarnations of ancient twin goddesses. The story plot reveals one has, in another time, been married to the Lord of Demons. He too has been reincarnated to the present.
To right the balance all the forces of the Creator are sent to ensure the battle will be won and the balance of good will prevail. To enable this
ending to occur, each of the four pieces of an armlet must be found, gathered, and held one person’s possession. One goddess holds the key to determining the outcome. What helps makes the story plot so captivating and riveting is the location of the story, Galveston, and where they are employed prior to their awakenings. Add to that, the weaving of places Shores has included into the story plot.
You won’t know who makes what free will decision or its outcome, until you’ve read this metaphysical thriller.
Margaret Barno – Galveston Daily News