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This short story "Emerald Towers" is fiction, but resounds with emotional truth, in describing the hearts of Brent Spiner and Gail Chord Schuler from 1990 to 2001. Gail, in 2000, had two biopsies for breast cancer, which, fortunately, came out negative. This experience inspired her to write this story. Other than the fact that she did not have breast cancer, this short story resounds with emotional truth

The persecution described from Roman Catholic agents, is unfortunately, about 95 percent accurate. The drawings of Jesus Christ, King David, the Antichrist Zack Knight, and Catherine the Great are accurate representations of the real persons.

©2015 Gail Chord Schuler (P)2015 Gail Chord Schuler

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Tame when compared to her other works.

I had to check out a little more of this individuals work after she came to my attention on YouTube. I listened and was unimpressed. Just consider an author writing a fiction about themselves and then also doing the voice acting for it. Way to go Audible, you have managed to find a way to make money off of horrible fan fiction. You bastards. Anyway back to the "book". Our intrepid author and protagonist and voice actress goes on a trip down cancer lane with the guy who played Data from Star Trek: TNG, insists that she, as a mild mannered house wife, has exposed a dark plot from a rival church yet makes no mention of what the hell she exposed, and then has her cancer magically cured because reasons!

It's not the craziest fan fic I have read, like I said it's relatively tame. That said Jesus, the Eternal Bridegroom has Bubba the Black Jesuit, aaaaaand that shit broke my funnybone in two.