A Fork in the Road

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104,000 words. 440 pages. 18 full-color illustrations.

As the unlikely duo, Patwin and Rod, race off on a secret, daring rescue mission to Mexico, the Adventure Seekers crew celebrates their amazing achievement: transforming a rundown Wyoming ranch into a profitable resort in a matter of weeks.

Meanwhile, dangerous criminals are in hot pursuit of Brie, one of the crew members who had witnessed a murder.

Join our friends as they make an astonishing discovery: a treasure trove of gold that had been hidden for over a century! Gallop along with Tokada Good Elk through his Trip Through the Heavens and experience the exhilarating power of spiritual transformation.

Amid all the excitement, romance blossoms, friendships are forged and our heroes encounter miracles, while learning about the mysterious divination meanings of Rune stones and Tarot cards. A Fork in the Road, 2017 winner of the Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) award in Visionary Fiction, will have you on the seat of your sofa cushion!


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  • 5
    Great read for EVERYONE!

    Posted by Mary on Oct 9th 2018

    The third book of the Adventure Seeker's Saga continues the love, healing, struggles, and triumphs of a ranching family and their friends, as the children become adults and begin to make their way in the world, returning to ancient wisdom for insight and support, and relying on intuition and positive thinking to endure hardships and resolve conflicts. A great family read, with suspense, laughter, and endearing characters. It is so refreshing to find real depth and meaningful lessons in this new age tale!

  • 5
    LOVE this entire saga!

    Posted by Pamela on Oct 9th 2018

    This is entire saga is wonderfully written with well-developed characters. But the best trait of all is that it is a clean and wholesome story that is absolutely enthralling! I've never thought much of tarot cards and knew nothing of rune stones. The author entwines this rich historical knowledge within the story line, making an integral part of the story.