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Vision Quest  
Apr. 18, 2017
Author:  James Bastian
Category:  Fiction: General/Other
Description:  The historical fiction novel relates the extraordinary story of Willa, a psychology graduate student in 1970. After participating in a sensory deprivation experiment as part of her studies, she develops symptoms of xenoglossy, including the inexplicable ability to speak and read French fluently, and visions and memories of an eighteenth-century French explorer in the upper Great Lakes region. Her search of historical places and records begins lightheartedly. However, the visions persist and expand from the experiment to her dreams, until finally dominating her thoughts. Her search becomes urgent and obsessive, but hope of finding the root and resolution of her malady fades. With the help of her father however, she is able to piece together clues and make an important discovery that renews her spirit and reassures her that her symptoms have a basis in reality.
Rights available:  All rights available
Other information:  First in a series
Contact:  Mira Perrizo
Word|Link incorporated
M.Perrizo@wordlink.us
6505 Kalua Road, #302, Boulder, CO 80301
Item number:  12493
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