— Diane Goldner
Have you ever been slapped in the face by delicious and ungovernable physical attraction? Or heard earsplitting messages from your inner voice? Or lived overpowering episodes of déjà vu? There may be reasons for these phenomena you have not considered.
Karma's resolution often flows from subconsciously recognizing the soul of a lover from a past life, a soul one is destined to encounter again in our current incarnation. Such a remeet can prove truly magical. Indie author Clayton Van Hook weaves a gripping account of timeless love within a sweeping, multidimensional, richly sophisticated piece of historical fiction. Engaging, suspenseful, revelatory, memorable. Most readers will find when they are finished with the novel, the novel is not finished with them.
One editor has described Something of This Time to Keep as:
“a sweeping novel of rich spiritual interconnection across time and space…distinguished by a unique mix of wide-ranging erudition and joie de vivre…elevated by truly extraordinary passages of synesthetic description. This novel will no doubt appeal to readers engaged in physics, spirituality discourse, or twentieth-century Euro-American history, as well as those generally interested in sophisticated historical fiction. The story is deeply engaging, suspenseful, and at many points revelatory in the strength of its language.”
About the author
Indie author Clayton Van Hook is an off-the-grid guy in an on-the-world who lives in quiet dignity on the Pacific Coast.