“The Books of James C. Patch Trilogy” by Gary D. Henry

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“The Books of James C. Patch Trilogy” by Gary D. Henry

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“The Barrier” Book # 1
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Memories are all that is left when we die and reflection on our past is our last greatest accomplishment. The memories live on after death and those memories propel us to a different dimension where people with the same memory can connect in the afterlife. Fond memories are what carry us through the Barrier to the Utopia on the other side. It is Heaven and Hell if religion is thrown into the mix. Hell being the barrier trying to prevent you from reaching the other side and Heaven being on the other side. People with few fond memories will find it difficult to reach the other side. The moral is to live your life and amass as many memories as possible because those memories may be your salvation when all is said and done. This is a story of James C. Patch and Jacob Masterson. Two authors living generations apart who have a common goal and that is to make the spirits of countless people know what it’s like to live in the Utopia on the other side of the Barrier. Getting to the other side is perilous to those who have not lived a life full of warm memories. They would find the road difficult. Jim and Jacob will assist them but not without cost.

“Returning” Book # 2
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“This is the continuing story of James C. Patch and Jacob
Masterson. The fi rst book, The Books of James C. Patch:
The Barrier chronicled the adventures of Jacob Masterson as he
attempted to destroy the evil barrier that was preventing spirits
from entering the Utopia on the other side. James C. Patch was
an author living in the early 1900’s when tragedy struck his
family when he decided to write down what he found out about
death and the afterlife. James C. Patch was a split-spirit. A spirit
that could split from his body prior to death and was able to
cross through the barrier and see through his spirit what was on
the other side. While in his spirited state he noticed millions of
spirits that were not able to penetrate the barrier. The majority
of these spirits were children who had not had time to collect a
lot of memories and those are the spirits that the barrier preyed
upon. Jacob found out that memories were the key to the rapid
penetration of the barrier and they were able to connect with
loved ones that were already on the other side.”

“Utopia” Book # 3
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This is the continuing story of James C. Patch and Jacob Masterson. The first book, The Books of James C. Patch: The Barrier chronicled the adventures of Jacob Masterson as he attempted to destroy the evil barrier that was preventing spirits from entering the Utopia on the other side. James C. Patch was an author living in the early 1900’s when tragedy struck his family when he decided to write down what he found out about death and the afterlife. James C. Patch was a split-spirit. A spirit that could split from his body prior to death and was able to cross through the barrier and see through his spirit what was on the other side. While in his spirited state he noticed millions of spirits that were not able to penetrate the barrier. The majority of these spirits were children who had not had time to collect a lot of memories and those are the spirits that the barrier preyed upon. Jacob found out that memories were the key to the rapid penetration of the barrier and they were able to connect with loved ones that were already on the other side. This is the third and final installment.

Have a great day!

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