Green Darkness

Green Darkness

eBook - 1973
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"The theme of this book is reincarnation, an attempt to show the interplay?the law of cause and effect, good and evil, among certain individual souls in two periods of English history." Green Darkness is the story of a great love, in which mysticism, suspense, and mystery form a web of good and evil forces that stretches from Tudor England to the England of the twentieth century. The marriage of the Englishman Richard Marsdon and his young American wife Celia slowly turns tragic as Richard withdraws into himself and Celia suffers a debilitating emotional breakdown. A wise mystic realizes that Celia can escape her past only by reliving it. She journeys back four hundred years to her former life as the servant girl Celia de Bohun during the reign of Edward VI - and her doomed love affair with the chaplain Stephen Marsdon. Although Celia and Stephen can't escape the horrifying consequences of their love, fate (and time) offer them another chance for redemption.
Publisher: [S.I.] : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 1973.
ISBN: 9780547523972
Branch Call Number: eBOOK OVERDRI
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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Jan 26, 2014

The "description" for this book doesn't seem to match the reviews...according to the description it's a study on medieval maps of the Holy Land? must be a mix up?

samdog123 Oct 02, 2010

An interesting historical read for those who enjoy titles about past lives affecting present ones. Set in the Tudor era, the romance is a forbidden one between a young beauty, Celia and and Stephen, a benedictine monk. Having read this, I'm now keen to read Katherine.


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