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Cat Dubois' Odyssey To Enchantment
by BoJenn

Overview


Catherine Dubois Odyssey to Enchantment By Bonnie Jennings "Joy to the world the Lord has come!" On the side, of an Appalachian mountain, sitting so cozy on a mountainside was a place called Glory Town. This was the quaint picturesque home of "Cat Dubois," whom at five years of age, moved with her family from Europe, to this heaven on Earth. Or, was it really? The year they arrived was 1957 and Cat grew from a child who was special ~ was gifted in a manner of healing, and intelligence. The townsfolk in Glory Town where Cat grew up were insanely jealous her. In chapter one, her best friend, her soulmate, Daniel Davis, who was a local pastor's son, was forced to leave Glory Town at eighteen years of age due to his sexual orientation. Cat defended and loved him. Later, She was orphaned, in her early twenties, which made her isolation worse and the public humiliation became more aggressive. Cat makes friends with demons and devils in her manor home. She finds affection and passion in their embraces while dressed in gothic gowns. The fiends are passionate and debonair seducers. She is unaware of her dilemma and trouble they cause. To add to the manors electric energies is a supernatural visitation from an apparition child who protects her in the manor home from the evil foes where she lives alone. She is unaware, but catches glances of the boy. She believes the brandy or wine perhaps causes her delusions. She begins to believe that she is deranged and psychotic. Strange friendly visitors come earlier in the story, and they foreshadow future events of goodness for her. However, she forgets the good promises they lend her and she later comes to the brink of suicide. Cat's story is to find self-love, and self acceptance. Help from the mystical side is her answer, but she must agree to their proposals of good health. She must believe in many new affirmative concepts about herself. This is her struggle. It is to accept that she is worthy of universal love, recog
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Description


Cat Dubois Odyssey To Enchantment The more than interesting circumstances that brought Eleanor to visit me one stormy night unfolds in the tale of Cat Dubois' Odyssey To Enchantment. It was early fall and a chill captured the rainy sheered winds as they blew across the acre backyard. Cat Dubois stared out the window alone and was utterly mesmerized by the battle of weathering burst of leaves, water and muds combining chaotically perfect. She sipped the cognac simply watching the war take place especially within the vehemently intended lightening strikes. Quietly her intuitions told her something was about to happen. Cat took another sip. This was her pastime when the weather's temperature dropped and the seasons wrestled again. A transformer popped outside, from the hacking of swords the thunders displayed while battling each other somewhat violently. Cat was worried, oh not about the weather, and not about being alone, no... more about a sense that a dynamic experience was going to occur... soon. Suddenly another Ka-boom occurred and this time she jumped. "Huh!" she had to readjust her eyesight as if there was something odd taking place in her backyard. She adjusted her glance. She moved her head to look between the drops of rain across the back windows. The lights from the bolts lit up the yard so she could see better and there, "yes" in the center of a puddle standing above the water stood a figure. A women adjusted her umbrella and cane and then began walking towards her back door. She signaled Cat to open the door. She did as signaled. As the door opened and the umbrella had been set down by the door, the woman looked up at Cat and said, "hello" using Old English language, "my name is Eleanor. I've waited five hundred years for this day. May I come in please?" And this is the character and mood of my story. Hello, my name is Bonnie Jennings and I go by BoJenn and I am the author of this book Cat Dubois' Odyssey To Enchantment. I live in The Piney Woods of East Texas. I have two older children and one precious grandchild named Jacob. At my home there are many animals. I love them.
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About the author


Bonnie Jennings is a person who lives in Texas, USA with many pets. She is an artist, a novelist, a registered nurse, and a person who survived death during a Near Death Experience. This book was written before her NDE of February 2019, and it reflects the spiritual nature that Earth is subject to, in regards, to those who dwell here. Bonnie writes telling the story of Catherine Dubois using hateful mannerisms of humanity and further tells about the overcoming of mean intentions in a supernatural fashion: wishing, hoping, praying and long suffering patience. In the end, Bonnie makes Cat Dubois' exit from Glory Town (Cat's home) into a place of happiness and self appreciation and self love. It is a pleasure to release this book to the public, as it is a shadow, of mankind's journey, on Planet Earth, as Bonnie once believed. It is now just a part of our experience, as she later learned.
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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Literary

Language:English

Pages:418

eBook ISBN:9780999115015


Overview


Catherine Dubois Odyssey to Enchantment By Bonnie Jennings "Joy to the world the Lord has come!" On the side, of an Appalachian mountain, sitting so cozy on a mountainside was a place called Glory Town. This was the quaint picturesque home of "Cat Dubois," whom at five years of age, moved with her family from Europe, to this heaven on Earth. Or, was it really? The year they arrived was 1957 and Cat grew from a child who was special ~ was gifted in a manner of healing, and intelligence. The townsfolk in Glory Town where Cat grew up were insanely jealous her. In chapter one, her best friend, her soulmate, Daniel Davis, who was a local pastor's son, was forced to leave Glory Town at eighteen years of age due to his sexual orientation. Cat defended and loved him. Later, She was orphaned, in her early twenties, which made her isolation worse and the public humiliation became more aggressive. Cat makes friends with demons and devils in her manor home. She finds affection and passion in their embraces while dressed in gothic gowns. The fiends are passionate and debonair seducers. She is unaware of her dilemma and trouble they cause. To add to the manors electric energies is a supernatural visitation from an apparition child who protects her in the manor home from the evil foes where she lives alone. She is unaware, but catches glances of the boy. She believes the brandy or wine perhaps causes her delusions. She begins to believe that she is deranged and psychotic. Strange friendly visitors come earlier in the story, and they foreshadow future events of goodness for her. However, she forgets the good promises they lend her and she later comes to the brink of suicide. Cat's story is to find self-love, and self acceptance. Help from the mystical side is her answer, but she must agree to their proposals of good health. She must believe in many new affirmative concepts about herself. This is her struggle. It is to accept that she is worthy of universal love, recog

Read more

Description


Cat Dubois Odyssey To Enchantment The more than interesting circumstances that brought Eleanor to visit me one stormy night unfolds in the tale of Cat Dubois' Odyssey To Enchantment. It was early fall and a chill captured the rainy sheered winds as they blew across the acre backyard. Cat Dubois stared out the window alone and was utterly mesmerized by the battle of weathering burst of leaves, water and muds combining chaotically perfect. She sipped the cognac simply watching the war take place especially within the vehemently intended lightening strikes. Quietly her intuitions told her something was about to happen. Cat took another sip. This was her pastime when the weather's temperature dropped and the seasons wrestled again. A transformer popped outside, from the hacking of swords the thunders displayed while battling each other somewhat violently. Cat was worried, oh not about the weather, and not about being alone, no... more about a sense that a dynamic experience was going to occur... soon. Suddenly another Ka-boom occurred and this time she jumped. "Huh!" she had to readjust her eyesight as if there was something odd taking place in her backyard. She adjusted her glance. She moved her head to look between the drops of rain across the back windows. The lights from the bolts lit up the yard so she could see better and there, "yes" in the center of a puddle standing above the water stood a figure. A women adjusted her umbrella and cane and then began walking towards her back door. She signaled Cat to open the door. She did as signaled. As the door opened and the umbrella had been set down by the door, the woman looked up at Cat and said, "hello" using Old English language, "my name is Eleanor. I've waited five hundred years for this day. May I come in please?" And this is the character and mood of my story. Hello, my name is Bonnie Jennings and I go by BoJenn and I am the author of this book Cat Dubois' Odyssey To Enchantment. I live in The Piney Woods of East Texas. I have two older children and one precious grandchild named Jacob. At my home there are many animals. I love them.

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About the author


Bonnie Jennings is a person who lives in Texas, USA with many pets. She is an artist, a novelist, a registered nurse, and a person who survived death during a Near Death Experience. This book was written before her NDE of February 2019, and it reflects the spiritual nature that Earth is subject to, in regards, to those who dwell here. Bonnie writes telling the story of Catherine Dubois using hateful mannerisms of humanity and further tells about the overcoming of mean intentions in a supernatural fashion: wishing, hoping, praying and long suffering patience. In the end, Bonnie makes Cat Dubois' exit from Glory Town (Cat's home) into a place of happiness and self appreciation and self love. It is a pleasure to release this book to the public, as it is a shadow, of mankind's journey, on Planet Earth, as Bonnie once believed. It is now just a part of our experience, as she later learned.
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