Through The Gloaming After a shockingly unexpected fall through the ice year old Alex finds himself in The Gloaming the twilight between life and death Alex discovers his Gloaming to be a dark and dismal place a dir

  • Title: Through The Gloaming
  • Author: Donna Dillon
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • After a shockingly unexpected fall through the ice, 18 year old Alex finds himself in The Gloaming, the twilight between life and death Alex discovers his Gloaming to be a dark and dismal place, a direct result of a life lived with selfishness and greed Anaya, his spirit guide, helps Alex at a second chance to live One chance to change his life, and his Gloaming for gooAfter a shockingly unexpected fall through the ice, 18 year old Alex finds himself in The Gloaming, the twilight between life and death Alex discovers his Gloaming to be a dark and dismal place, a direct result of a life lived with selfishness and greed Anaya, his spirit guide, helps Alex at a second chance to live One chance to change his life, and his Gloaming for good He wakes to find that he can see auras, bright colors surrounding people People he loves, as well as total strangers Embarking on a quest to understand the meaning behind the different colored auras, Alex discovers that he can help people That is, if he can learn to put others before himself Alex learns a hard lesson of sacrifice, love, and the power of letting go as he struggles to find his way Through The Gloaming.

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    1. Last night, I read one of the most beautiful stories ever. Trust me - when I say that, I am serious. I have read well over a thousand books in my life, but only a few have touched me like Dillon's Through the Gloaming. The book is beyond amazing. It is professionally crafted - the words just seem to melt into one another and pull you inside. The characters made me feel at home. By the end of the story, I knew them as well as my own family. I could feel their angst, hope, fear, anger When I was r [...]

    2. Very enjoyable and well-written story about a bratty kid and his path to redemption after a near-death experience. Indie author Donna Dillon could've taken it full-onDead Zone with this story, but instead decided to take it to a more realistic and believable level.

    3. I truthfully don't think that Donna expects me to write a review but there's simply too much going through my head to just talk to her about, so here it is. "Through the Gloaming" is a light read that I would place firmly in the Young Adult genre though there are concepts that I believe that many adults my age (thirty something, for those who are wondering) still fail to grasp. It's about lessons learned and I can say that without giving away anything because that's right in the first chapter. T [...]

    4. This story really tugs at your heart strings. It's about a selfish boy who changes his attitude following a near-death experience. Alex gains the ability to see auras, and some of them warn of danger. While helping out at a homeless shelter, Alex encounters a little boy who he knows is being abused. Time is running out for little Adam. Can Alex save him before it's too late?Through the Gloaming is a well-written and engaging tale that drew me in right from the first chapter. The story wastes no [...]

    5. This is a story that could easily have tipped over into over-sentimentality, but managed to avoid that particular trap. It's a morality tale - it carries a message with it, but above all it is a story - one to keep you reading to find out what happens next. There's a hero, his best friend, his love interest, a victim and a villain, all of whom interact in a plot to keep you rooting for the good guys, and booing and hissing the baddy (and he really is a baddy). The fantasy/paranormal element in t [...]

    6. Through The Gloaming by Donna L. DillonReviewed by Alex Canton-DutariLife-threatening situations can make a person take upon a chain of behaviors that may change his outlook into the future. This seems to be the case of Alex, the main character of this novella. Ms. Dillon is turning out to be quite efficient in portraying suffering children and, this time, she has included paranormal aids, which usually increase my interest in a story.There is just one situation that has me intrigued. Will a per [...]

    7. A wonderful young adult novel which imparts the importance of empathy, community, and family in a beautifully written metaphor called simply, "The Gloaming." The book reminds me in no small way of Mitch Alborn's book "The Five People You Meet in Heaven." Both books celebrate the importance of a life well spent, though of the two books I think I prefer this one. "Through the Gloaming" is definitely more aimed at the young adult reader, though still quite entertaining and thought provoking to the [...]

    8. A young man has a tragic accident and almost dies. He is given a second chance to remedy his selfish, egocentric way of life. What he does and how he does it makes for a heartwarming story. Donna Dillon weaves a tale that will touch the reader and make you believe there is hope for everyone to live a good, rewarding life.

    9. i'm a pretty voracious reader and this is the BEST book i have read in a TALL stack of booksi laughed, i cried, and everything in between. it's a great story and incredibly well written, with richly developed characterse perfect combination for a great read!!!!

    10. Read it in half a day and not because it was riveting. It was simpering mess of a story. The plot line was thin and so predictable. The worse book about a near-death experience.

    11. Barely got started when I stopped to read a different bookwill get back to this one eventually. Just didn't grab me enough to stick with it.

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