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Book Review – An Uncommon Bond

November 7, 2020

An Uncommon Bond, a Novel was a surreal, magical, mystical journey into a Soulmate relationship with all the pushing and pulling, get close – push away that comes with unhealed intimacy issues. Trying to walk the tight-rope between the Sacred and Higher Consciousness and being grounded in everyday life this couple is faced with the choice either to grow into a Cosmic Love or remain stuck in commonplaceness.

 

An Uncommon Bond – a Novel by Jeff Brown

 

As Jeff Brown writes, “You’re either in, or you’re out. No more stories, no more sidestepping, escape hatches, veiled retreats. You’re either in, or you’re out.”

A line from the book best describes the angst that the couple is challenged to work through as they weave through this Uncommon Love story,  “Amazing how we push away what we most want to hold close.”

As a writer, poet and lover of words I was fascinated and delighted with Jeff Brown’s take on many ordinary words that he found the extraordinary in them

A very good read. I highly recommend. 


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