A BRUTAL KILLING
Police were called to a top apartment opposite Martha’s delicatessen and coffee shop in Soho early today. A woman, presumed to be a prostitute, had been violently and sexually assaulted and then strangled to death with her own underwear. Investigations are underway and it is believed that a large balding man with a heavy Russian accent was in the building around the same time that she was murdered. Her name is Justine Oliver and she hails from Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
It is not known whether she knew the man, but according to a neighbour, who lived just below Ms Oliver’s penthouse suite, it is claimed that he had had an ‘appointment’ to see her. DCI James Woods, who is in charge of the investigation, has warned all women who live in the area to be extremely careful.
“This man is very dangerous and must not be approached,” he told The Evening Standard. According to the investigating officer, Ms Oliver hardly knew what had hit her, judging by the horrendous marks that were visible all over her body.
However, there’s no need to panic, because this report is the discovery that follows a passage taken from “The Meadow”. Although it doesn’t appear at first glance, because of this horrendous description, it is a novel about undying love. The literal term is ‘undying’ because the two protagonists in the story share a long and passionate history between them.
This book which is waiting for the right opportunity to be published has a very powerful message. To anyone who has a mindset that is left open to all possibilities “The Meadow” conveys hope beyond measure. It graphically illustrates how love and life can live on for ever as two young souls find themselves drawn together, stemming from a life that was shared from beyond antiquity.
As the story draws itself into the twenty first century, it brings with it all the expected trappings that accompany modern life and this does not exclude extreme violence. The storyline is realistic and believable and will leave the reader breathless and desperate to read on.
The idea of past lives, or reincarnation, is not new. However, there are those who would pour scorn on a story that they cannot prove has any relevance to life as we know it. The love that binds the story together is potent in its complexity as our two heroes find themselves dogged by a maniac who has stalked them throughout eternity.
Ironically this nemesis seems to have won the day far too often in the distant and recent past. Now that they have all found themselves again living a life in the twenty first century, unknowingly carrying their same agendas, can our two lovers thwart the threat that has cursed them throughout history?
“The Meadow” is a must-read, can’t-put-down, novel and is just waiting for that big break when all hell is going to let loose. Who will be the first to claim that this book and everything that it represents, was meant to be written and deserves its rightful place on the bookshelves of all the large stores around the world?
So who was the killer and what happened to him? All we can reveal so far is that his name is Dmitri and he lived to tell the tale. But that is not the end of the story. Nor is it the beginning.
There is a saying known by those on their path of enlightenment: Everything comes at the perfect time, in the perfect way. "The Meadow" is exactly the sort of work where if it somehow comes your way, it is a timely message and gift from the Universe to assist you in advancing your own spiritual evolution.
"The Meadow" is a magical journey for the characters in the story and the reader alike. The lessons learned by the protagonists will shine a light on whatever issues a reader may be experiencing. The work is serendipity, synchronicity, and spirituality.
Note to the Showtime Network: We expect to see "The Meadow" as a mini-series and / or trilogy of films. When this novel graced our presence, we had set aside a three week period to devour its contents. Little did we know how captivating it is as we finished it - cover to cover, word for word, in three days!
Do the same and treat yourself to a modern-day literary masterpiece.
Philanthropist, Actress, Novelist
Founder of Eternal Youth Empire
“The Meadow” is a poignant story of eternal love that transcends the boundaries of time, age and gender. Interwoven through the intrigue, passion and drama of the many lifetimes of the protagonists, is a deep spiritual thread. A profoundly moving story - written with the emotion and subjectivity of co-authors whose intimate awareness of the lives of the various characters suggests first-hand familiarity.
“The Meadow” is simply one of the most engrossing books I have read in years. It grabbed hold of me on the opening page and did not let go. I cannot recommend it highly enough.
Get ready for a consciousness shift! “The Meadow” is the most intriguing, mysterious, beautiful love story I’ve had the pleasure of reading. I am still amazed that the authors could have brought this masterpiece to life while living an ocean apart. The gamut of emotions they dare the reader to experience makes for a wild, but thrilling ride. “The Meadow” touched the very core of my being and gave me a whole new perspective on all those who have come and gone in my life, the ones that shared beauty with me as well as the ones who caused me pain.
When Mike first approached us to read “The Meadow” in the early stages of development, we found it hard to believe that as a young boy visiting the Forum during the Billingham International Folklore Festival, on hearing the International music, an idea was born. From this idea, became this outstanding book of love, re-incarnation, espionage, and deceit. A powerful thought provoking read, you will not be able to put down.
Billingham International Folklore Festival
What a fantastic book; couldn't put it down. Tel Aviv to England had my heart in my mouth! I wish the authors only the greatest success. Readers should know that they will not be able to get any work done. I read two hundred pages in one go. It is thrilling, encapsulating, sad and heart warming.
Gillian Scott, M.A.T.A.
Reflexologist and Amatsu Teacher
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