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A CRY FROM TOMORROW is a richly detailed manuscript that probes issues of American Indian medicine and resulting ceremonies, time travel, deep love interests and spirituality. Early in the story, young Wendy is tortured by nightmares in which a strange man’s voice calls out to her, encouraging her to find him. Although Wendy shares her concern with her cousin and roommate Julie, the ebullient younger woman is quick to encourage Wendy to pursue a real-life romance instead of worrying about the one calling to her in her head. The stress of a relationship, combined with recurring nightmares, pushes Wendy to the verge of a nervous breakdown. She decides to take a break from her life and drives from her California home and ends up in the Arizona desert in dire trouble, having run out of gas and leaving her vulnerable to harsh elements. Again, she is confused since she believes she has been led to this end by an eagle. Lost and alone, Wendy sets out on foot to find help, which consequently comes to her in the form of an old Indian shaman.
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Marnie Cashe

From an early childhood Wanda Adams (as she was known) was troubled by the thoughts that her world was not as she imagined it should be, thus it was not a priority to ‘fit in’ with her contemporaries. In her often visited fantasies of youth, deep inside she remembered a world of greater love than the one she was required to participate in. She later came to the realization that she had obviously been a volunteer to come to this planet from a place of greater learning, of greater knowledge that was embedded deep within her soul and was gnawing from the inside, which in turn has led her to search for more than meets the eye on the surface world that limits freedom of expression of individuality. In her quest for answers to her many questions, this book has emerged in order to express the great in-depth research of many years that she has drawn from the memories of her inner knowing in order to give it a voice.

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