• Title: The Jovian Spark
  • Author: Jonas Samuelle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 350
  • Format: ebook
  • The Jovian Spark The Spark that single ineffable quality that lets some scrape the floor of heaven while everyone else can only watch from the ground People with the Spark inevitably end up sports heroes renown art
    The Spark that single, ineffable quality that lets some scrape the floor of heaven, while everyone else can only watch from the ground People with the Spark inevitably end up sports heroes, renown artists, world leaders The only thing painful than not having the Spark is losing it Fifteen years ago,someone stole Thomas s Spark, and with it, his memory When ThomasThe Spark that single, ineffable quality that lets some scrape the floor of heaven, while everyone else can only watch from the ground People with the Spark inevitably end up sports heroes, renown artists, world leaders The only thing painful than not having the Spark is losing it Fifteen years ago,someone stole Thomas s Spark, and with it, his memory When Thomas uncovers who he used to be, he s forced to confront not just the one who stole his gift, but also a past that has taken everything from him.

    One Reply to “The Jovian Spark”

    1. Stress and disappointment can make us see strange things. Having the spark - a sense of liveliness and excitement is a gift to cherish.I thought this was an interesting story that Jonas Samuelle came up when his character, Thomas, loses his spark, but then again maybe it was stolen from him?Jeannie Walker (Award-Winning Author)Thomas, The Friendly Ghost - A True Story of Ghostly EncountersI Saw the Light - A True Story of a Near-Death ExperienceFighting the Devil: A True Story of Consuming Passi [...]

    2. I loved this book! It was a very unique and brilliant story that kept my interest until the very amazing ending. I would highly recommend it to anyone that enjoys great writing combined with thought provoking twists and turns."People were like water, he realized. They conform to the environment, meld and adapt and keep a general mass, but adjust it to suit the weather, the pressures. The pressures. The forces that act on us, form us, and the roughness of the sharpening stone determines how sharp [...]

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