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   Tenth Muse, The, by Lily G. Stephen  
  Novel, first publication in September 2001
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      One reader's comment: "I search for soaring works in fiction that expand our possibilities and offer wisdom in refreshing contexts. I found such a work in The Tenth Muse." In a modern mythological tale that crosses apparent boundaries of reality and illusion, The Tenth Muse portrays the developing years of Opal Courtright, a child of Planet Earth, and Sapphire Deland of Planet Zamora. In their parallel worlds, are they just two girls leading unusual lives? What subtle influences lie behind their gradual arc toward each other's destiny? This, the first volume in The Third Verse Trilogy, employs a symphony of awakening, vision, and fusion as a reminder to look beyond routine conceptualizations into the vivid essence simultaneously present within the gnat and the galaxy. Its themes prompt memories of our greater possibilities. The unfolding events that bring Opal and Sapphire to face the stunning emergence of Planet Lamartine's The Tenth Muse compel the reader to reconsider commonly held concepts of what may appear to perish and what appears to be indestructible. Another reader calls The Tenth Muse "a literary box of truffles one longs to spend the day with." In endings are new beginnings. Watch for the forthcoming second volume in The Third Verse Trilogy: The Eleventh Hour.

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  • Parallel Universes - Alternate Worlds - Other Dimensions - Alternate Reality
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