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Too Much Heaven
by Pam Pottorff View author's profile page

Overview


This multi-generational saga of five close friends who face questions about life and mortality with humor, love, and intellect.

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Description


Shortly after becoming a doctor, Chad Wagner injures his spinal cord in a plane crash that kills his parents. Unable to accept the fact that he will be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life, Chad spends the next ten years researching a way to regenerate the damaged cells in his spinal cord. Through his research Chad discovers a way to not only control people's health, but also their memories, and their very lives. He constantly battles with the oral decisions associated with his discovery. Should he use the treatment he created to heal himself? Should he save other people from pain and suffering but at what cost? Was he playing God? All of these questions must be answered when he is faced with the decision of whether to save the lives of two of his closest friends or keep his new treatment a secret and allow them to die a natural death.

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About the author


Who is Pam Pottorff? A child of God, a devoted wife, Mother of two, lover of life, A thinker, a dreamer, a rainbow admirer, A teacher, a student, a cancer survivor, A think outside of the box type of gal, A happy soul who wishes everyone well, One who colors outside of the lines, An artist, a writer, a friend at all times.

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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Christian / Futuristic

Language:English

Pages:132

Paperback ISBN:9781943612536


Overview


This multi-generational saga of five close friends who face questions about life and mortality with humor, love, and intellect.

Read more

Description


Shortly after becoming a doctor, Chad Wagner injures his spinal cord in a plane crash that kills his parents. Unable to accept the fact that he will be confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life, Chad spends the next ten years researching a way to regenerate the damaged cells in his spinal cord. Through his research Chad discovers a way to not only control people's health, but also their memories, and their very lives. He constantly battles with the oral decisions associated with his discovery. Should he use the treatment he created to heal himself? Should he save other people from pain and suffering but at what cost? Was he playing God? All of these questions must be answered when he is faced with the decision of whether to save the lives of two of his closest friends or keep his new treatment a secret and allow them to die a natural death.

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About the author


Who is Pam Pottorff? A child of God, a devoted wife, Mother of two, lover of life, A thinker, a dreamer, a rainbow admirer, A teacher, a student, a cancer survivor, A think outside of the box type of gal, A happy soul who wishes everyone well, One who colors outside of the lines, An artist, a writer, a friend at all times.

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