ratings · Published: Oct 20th, 2016
Sara Freer is a woman who lives her life using her intuition, oracle cards, and a well-worn copy of A Course in Miracles. She stays mainly out of society's gaze and likes it that way. But then she receives a book, that is, her body is used to channel a text. A script which has the ability to heal all those who read it. Sara cannot accept that she has in any way contributed to the construction of the work and therefore does not see it as her own. Rather, she just accepts it is another of her psychic experiences, adding it to her long list. The manuscript gets carried around in the change section of her purse whilst she figures out what to do with it. But she doesn't know the power of the words she has typed as she hasn't the inclination, nor the nerve, to read them. It becomes something she just wants to get rid of.
So when Jeffrey Allen serendipitously turns up, a lonely publisher, it follows that he will be the one to publish the manuscript. Sara is instantly relieved the moment he takes it off her hands and returns her thinking to the need for inner peace – her main life aim.
But the publication of the book sets in motion a stream of events, fantastical to say the least and seemingly out of both their control.