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A paranormal/mainstream novel of a World War II G.I. and his British war bride have a mid-ocean encounter with an otherworldly woman and her two small children aboard the luxury liner QUEEN MARY. The Bennetts left Southampton with only each other but arrive in New York as a family.
(PRWEB) February 03, 2014
In 1947, the luxury liner QUEEN MARY transmits a message which is intercepted by an extraterrestrial intelligence. This errant radio signal serves as a beacon for a North Atlantic encounter between James and Jess Bennett, a GI and his British war bride, and an otherworldly, desperate mother and her two small children. The Bennetts left Southampton with only each other but arrive in New York as a family. In the present day, Guy Turner, a melancholy, black filmmaker, finds himself at the center of a supernatural mystery after a haunting prelude with the now elderly mother in a corridor aboard the retired liner in Long Beach, California.
Standing at the edge of eternity, the old woman and the Bennetts have the complex task of setting certain aspects of the past in order as the doors to their lives are closing. Guy is thrust into an unexpected and unwanted voyage of self as he is solely enjoined to bring the three together one last time. "The Travelers" is a journey to the limits of anxiety, despair, grief, and joy that are common to every human experience of suffering and growth.
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