Mankind’s ultimate questions are answered. Are we worthy? Are we ready?
“The day I died, witnessed heaven, and spoke with
God Almighty was the best day of my life.”
On a pleasant fall day in 2013, Rod Travis, a retired Atlanta
police captain, encounters two miracles that will ultimately alter
the lives of every being on earth.
Jon Huna recruits Rod with revelations, cryptic promises, and
deals too good to be true–more like ranting presented by a
In Seven Fish Tree, nothing will ever be the same for either man.
Rod initially anticipates financial gains from the purchase of a
miracle. Jon expects his promised reward for the conclusion of his
works, which have spanned centuries. Neither man will receive
what they expect as they embark upon the greatest mission in the
history of the world. As the clock ticks, both men work tirelessly to
assemble a team that must assist ushering mankind to the miracles,
but possibly to their deaths. Apocalyptic?
Prophecy? Preordained? Beware of the questions asked; for
the first time, they will be answered. Can mankind handle the
ultimate truths? Time may tell.
Targeted Age Group:: young adults, adults
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
This became my first book after an amazing dream or a near-death experience in early October 2013. The voice in the dream who I had come to know as that of God advised me to ‘write the book’ followed by ‘wake up.’ At 6 a.m. I woke and began the process of writing what had occurred within the dream
SEVEN FISH TREE was completed within less than 37 hours after waking from the dream or NDE.
How Did You Come up With Your Characters?
The majority of the characters were shown or presented to me within the experience.
The tree looked like it belonged in parts of Africa, the tropics
or rain forests. The color of its leaves reminded me of dark green
ivy, which is prevalent in Georgia. The leaves glistened beneath
the clear, fall sky as if lightly coated with thin ice.
At this time, it struck me as very odd that none of its leaves
had a fall look. Not one leaf had fallen to the ground; neither had
any of the grass or flowers in the field shown signs of change for
mid fall and the coming winter.
A very strange afternoon would soon morph into life-changing.
The size of the tree’s trunk was mind-boggling. If a cross-section
was provided at its widest point, one would need a lot of
time, patience, and a calculator to count the age rings. The bark
of the tree was a dark, coal-like color. It was somewhat smooth
which was also unusual to me for such a tree. It reminded me of
the texture of an elephant’s skin in a coal color with the same
glassy appearance of a chipped, piece of coal.
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