Living with an Angel by Gary Whatman

Gary Whatman

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Living with an Angel

Gary Whatman

In the early '70s, although he didn't realise it at the time, Gary was caught up in many episodes of bizarre coincidences. These incidents transformed ordinary daily events into magical encounters with his future soulmate, Pam. As a result of these coincidences, Gary and Pam, who also happened to be the kindest, most intelligent, bravest person Gary has ever met, were able to form a lifelong bond after just three short chance meetings and two weeks of travelling together.

Given Pam's angelic qualities, plus the uncanny coincidences that kept piling up, the story furthers the possibility of a mysterious force 'out there' shaping our destinies. The possibility that Pam is a true angel cannot be dismissed lightly.

Like true soulmates, their thoughts and actions were always in sync, which was the key to their successful, stunning adventures at home and overseas.

Then tragedy struck, as lymphoma, a blood cancer.

As important as it was to all concerned, the story is not about cancer and the fight to defeat it. It is a story about how one heroine uses her kindness as a potent weapon to try to make the world a better place, for current and future generations. It is hoped readers will understand this once they have read the story. 

Because an angel cannot save the world by herself.

BOOK DETAILS

Trim size: 6 x 9 (15.24 x 22.86 cm)

Page count: 304

Internal pages: B&W

Binding: Paperback

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