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Premonitions
Premonitions-cover (1)
Subtitle Book II in the Recognitions Series
By Daniela I. Norris
Published By

Roundfire Books

ISBN 978-1789041392
Fiction Genre Romance, Historical
Publication Date 06/28/2019
Price 8.99
Paperback Hyperlink https://www.amazon.co.uk/Premonitions-Recognitions-Daniela-I-Norris/dp/1789041392/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_3?keywords=Premonitions+daniela+norris&qid=1552826358&s=gateway&sr=8-3-fkmrnull

Synopsis

Premonitions hints at past lives and common experiences, as it draws subtle connections between people on their personal quests for adventure, love and family. Amelia Rothman, a foreign-rights editor from New York, has a turbulent personal life. Adele Durand, a young French woman, marries the wrong man in 18th century revolutionary France. What do these two women have in common? Is it possible that an apprentice medicine-man in 15th century Africa and an ancient sword hold the answers to a question which transcends time itself? Premonitions is the second book in the Recognitions trilogy.

Authors Biography

Daniela I. Norris is a former diplomat and political writer, turned inspirational author and speaker. She is a trained Past-Life and Between-Lives Regression Therapist and the author of six books of fiction and non-fiction. These include her recent titles On Dragonfly Wings, Collecting Feathers, Recognitions and Premonitions.

Reviews

Well, I am at a loss for words. All I can really say is I loved this book.
I thought the storyline was well thought out and beautifully, hauntingly written. I fell in love with the characters right from the start. The storyline flowed seamlessly from one generation to another. I cannot wait for book three in this series. (Netgalley)

I loved this book! In Premonitions, Daniela I. Norris whisks you through the centuries effortlessly. You are transported to the shaman’s humble dwelling and feel the palpable fear of the villagers. The frustration of the French people who are starving on the streets of Paris while the aristocracy feast on banquets leaps from the page. This is a book that makes you wonder if past lives are an actual phenomenon or just the product of an active imagination. Whether you are a believer or not, this excellent book is a quality read and will keep you gripped until the final page. (Midwest Book Review )

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  1. Fascinating.

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