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Overview Despite the cynical Buhrstones belief that all stones should stay where they are, the pebble refuses to accept that as truth in this allegory. The pebble faces ridiculing judgment from its peers and despite its own inability to move independently, finds itself launched on its way.
Publishers Description Follow the pebble's pilgrimage during its adventurous travels from Labrador's North Atlantic shore to reach the elusive tower, which certainly holds the answer to every question it possesses Despite the cynical Buhrstone's belief that all stones should stay where they are, the pebble refuses to accept that as truth. The pebble faces ridiculing judgment from its peers and despite its own inability to move independently, finds itself launched on its way Follow the pebble as it experiences difficulties, sorrow, pain, danger, and a myriad of emotional highs and lows as it struggles to find the truth. This novel takes us on an allegorical journey through life, and will bring us all to our knees before a righteous and just Creator. This book is sure to help the reader find answers to many of life's questions, and the peace they desire, and the truth of God's Love shown through all creation. About The Author David J. Scott is an up and coming author dedicated to the advancement of the cause of Christ. He struggled through life, veered outside of God's will, and has stated that because of the dedication of his parents and their willingness to pray for him on a daily basis he has always turned back to God and rediscovered the path God has chosen for him. He is a committed Christian, husband, and father. In school, he majored in English, and when asked why he chose to write this book, he answered, "I want to help others see the value in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to draw people to the saving grace of the cross and into a deeper relationship with God. Every experience we encounter, be it good, bad, even every day activities will mold and shape us and definitely influences our life choices."
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More About David J. Scott
Scotty, a hardy little Scotsman raised in the tenements of Glasgow, grew up during the murky days of World War II, under the stern upbringing of his Grandparents. A good student, he always believed that there had to be a better life out there, compared to the drudgery endured by average working class Glaswegians, and he set out to find it. His skill riding racing motorcycles brought him to America, where a series of remarkable connections, propelled him to the top of his field. His success did not come easy. Good times were often followed by disaster and tragedy, but throughout his adventurous quest for his dream, he always managed to recover, many times helped by friends all over the world.
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Cassandra says this book makes you think Oct 20, 2007
I just wanted to thank you for the book! It reminds me of someone who once told me that they felt like a penny but the person was referring to themselves as being tossed around and thrown out because a penny was worthless. Anyway, if that person told me that now I would have a whole different response. I am still reading your book but am enjoying it and the writing is beautiful and makes you think. I know this author, he recently told me, "Allegory writing is not as popular as when John Bunyan wrote Pilgrim's Progress, or Hannah Hurnard wrote Hind's Feet in High Places. I wrote this book to inspire everyone to see our current world and spiritual situation in a whole new light. The use of nature and creation is an exciting paralell to the truth this book holds. As allegories go, I guarantee you will not be disappointed. And I wasn't!