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Encounter with Angels: A Journey to the End

Judit Catan

Rachel is an ordinary girl who lives in Reading and who is experiencing the ordinary ups and downs of a child in her final years at primary school.

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ISBN : 978-1-78830-269-2
Published : 30/05/2019
Pages : 561
Size : 205x140mm
Imprint : Olympia Publishers


Judit Catan

Born in Israel, Judit Catan has been writing in English for the past thirty-three years. She is a poet, musical writer, and the author of two unpublished novels. Her passion for English drew her to the UK, where she studied English at Reading University. Thereafter, she taught English at secondary level, before embarking on her twin careers of parenting and writing. She is married and a mother of two grown-up daughters.

Her passion for bringing to the surface unorthodox truths about liberty and commitment is a guiding principle in her writing. She also upholds the principle of hope as a silver lining in the midst of dark times in all her writing.

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Rachel is an ordinary girl who lives in Reading and who is experiencing the ordinary ups and downs of a child in her final years at primary school. She prays with her mum, but her dad is resolutely sceptical about what he calls "mumbo-jumbo". But then into Rachel's life comes "Christopher", an eccentric, kindly, and delightful angel. Soon, Rachel is not only discovering the power of prayer to transform her own life and those of her friends, but is also visiting and befriending children thousands of miles away, in Jerusalem.

Judit Catan is a writer with an extraordinary ear for the simultaneous strangeness and everydayness of spiritual experience, and Encounter with Angels is remarkable in its ability to mingle the quotidian with the supernatural and transcendent. Readers will find themselves gripped throughout, until the book's astonishing climax, in which an incomprehensible redemptive power descends, at last, over Reading and Jerusalem.

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