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Illusion by Frank E. Peretti
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Feb 24, 2012

really liked it
Read from February 24 to 28, 2012

“Illusion” by Frank Peretti, published by Howard Books.

Category – Christian Fiction/Science Fiction

Dane and Mandy were at the top of their game. They were illusionists, magicians, prestidigitators, or whatever terminology you would like to use. They had won every possible award and were about to settle down after doing their act for over forty years.

Then came the horrible car accident were Mandy was killed, but there was something strange about the way the hospital handled her death.

Strange becomes stranger when Mandy, who was declared dead, suddenly appears in the present as a nineteen year old. The Mandy that she was back in 1970. Strange again happens when she meets up with Dane and Dane seeing her magical ability begins to tutor her. They are drawn to each other, especially when they see in each other a part of their former life. The problem is the difference in their ages, Mandy is nineteen and his Mandy should be in her sixties, and besides Mandy has been declared dead.

Mandy finds herself climbing to the top of the magical world, in fact, she is about to perform an incredible stunt in Las Vegas. However, all of this may be a sinister plot perpetrated by, who else, but the government. A plot that may include time travel, parallel universes, and physics.

Unexplainable, but a wonderful read. Although the book is classified as Christian Fiction, it could very well be put in the category of Science Fiction, Fiction/Literature, or even Mystery.


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