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Between Will and Surrender (Enter the Between Visionary Fiction Series #1)

4.38  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Silicon Valley resident Marjorie Veil has been conditioned to ignore her own truth, to give way her power, to subjugate in relationships with others, and to settle for the path of least resistance. But she has many surprises in store, for there are synchronistic forces at work in her life that, if she listens, will lead her to her authentic heart and happiness. The seeming ...more
Paperback, 310 pages
Published December 17th 2015 by Margaret Duarte
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Jul 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: visionary
Visionary Fiction is a fairly new category, although the storytelling elements are in a sense classical. It’s all about transformation of character, whether individual or collective, through relationships, experience. I’m not sure I’ve ever enjoyed a story that didn’t in some measure include these elements. In the case of VF they are predominant, and often include holistic experiences with spiritual or metaphysical themes.

As this story opens, Marjorie Veil is not particularly happy, and when sh
Judy Vaughan
Mar 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Margaret Duarte’s new visionary fiction novel introduces the reader to Marjorie Veil, a young professional woman who seems to have everything--- except her sanity. After she hears a voice call her from a mysterious sacred past, she begins a retreat in the beautiful Carmel Valley on the advice of a unique psychologist who challenges her to engage the voice as a spiritual messenger. Soon Marjorie’s voices lead her to Native American roots, a connection with a seven-year-old boy, an old flame, and ...more
Victor Smith
As a visionary fiction author myself, I was pleased to see Margaret Duarte's Between Will and Surrender roundly acknowledged in the prior reviews as an outstanding example of a genre that is rapidly becoming more popular with both writers and readers. Margaret blends the standard elements of a good novel (character, plot, setting) with the specific ingredients of visionary fiction (growth in consciousness, paranormal events, spirituality) to render a tale that entertains, mystifies and enlighten ...more
Rea Martin
Jun 30, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Wonderful Story!

The thing about Visionary Fiction is...if it isn't a darn good story first, the visionary part of it risks becoming preachy and didactic. This is not the case with Margaret Duarte's tale, Between Will and Surrender. Here, the characters take precedence over the visionary information Duarte manages to tuck gently between the lines. This is no easy task. It takes skill and experience for an author to allow the characters' development to expose truths, instead of the reverse. In thi
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