Book Of The Day – Plane of the Ecliptic

by Greg on March 29, 2012

Today’s Book of the Day is a Women’s Fiction novel with a perfect rating. Plane of the Ecliptic by Karen Estes has an outstanding 5.0 star rating and is $9.99!

“I was hooked from the first page and all the way through to the end! Karen has a wonderful way of drawing you into her characters and making you feel a part of their lives, almost like family. I truly was unable to put it down until I finished it. I have recommended it to all my friends! A GREAT read!! “ Mary M. – Amazon Reviewer



Plane of the Ecliptic
by Karen Estes
Rating: 5.0 Stars
Category: Women’s Fiction
Price: $9.99

 

 

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Maggie MacKenzie believes her existence to be as orderly as the books on her library shelves. She has a devoted husband, wonderful stepdaughter, and loyal best friend. But her perfect life is shattered on the night she experiences a mystifying tie to her newborn granddaughter.

When she becomes obsessed with haunting dreams of two young girls in seventeenth-century Scotland, Maggie wonders if it’s all a case of synchronicity, genetic memory, or reincarnation.
Her buried emotions begin to surface as the lines of reality and dreams blur together. Ultimately, she discovers how lives can be intertwined beyond the veil of time and space.

Filled with intrigue and inspiration, this novel presents a unique look at an ordinary woman’s desperate attempt to find meaning and reason in her life. Maggie accepts the help of a former student turned astronomer, a girlfriend dealing with her own peculiar relationship, a feisty Italian neighbor, and a young, hip clergyman to journey where the moon meets the sun and Earth—a place where truth is revealed in Plane of the Ecliptic. Please visit www.planeoftheecliptic.com

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

This book was so much fun to read. It captured my attention from the first couple of pages and it never let me go. I loved the twists and turns in it and all the emotions as well. The characters became real through Karen’s description of them. I am recommending it to all of my friends and have given 2 as gifts. Thanks for your wonderful way with words and thought, Karen.

*******

This is a brilliant writing to be read slowly and savored, and then read again, each time discovering a new pearl. Karen’s creatively developed characters become like friends and family. You feel deeply all the things that they are feeling. Also, one of my favorite things in a book is the element of the unexpected and unpredicted. This writing has all that and more.

*******

I expected this to be a good read just not the GREAT read it turned out to be. Karen’s unique way of writing kept me practically speed reading the whole way through and the time just flew by. I loved that I could relate to the main character but not predict what would happen next. Ran the whole spectrum of emotions and in the end felt completely satisfied but wanting to be able to read the sequel immediately. Hurry Karen, I love your writing…

*******

A surprising and well written first novel. Karen Estes captures the every day life experiences of her main character, Maggie in crisp, precise, imaginative prose. “Plane of the Ecliptic” is a captivating creation.

*******

The author of Plane of the Ecliptic drew me into the book in the first few pages and kept me hooked all the way through to the last chapter. In her debut novel, Karen Estes has created a suspense-filled story that keeps you guessing about the outcome until the final chapter. Set aside a few hours of free time to read this book because you won’t want to put it down!

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About The Author


Karen Estes grew up in Spokane, Washington. She is a graduate of Eastern Washington University, with a degree in Secondary Language Arts and as an Educational Media Specialist. She taught high school English, drama, and speech for a short time in Leavenworth, Washington, where she met her husband, Charley.

Although Karen has always had the desire to write a novel, it wasn’t until the main idea for Plane of the Ecliptic presented itself to her in a dream that she began setting aside time to actually work on it. She started by writing about what she knew best – the life of an ordinary school librarian. But as she developed the plot, some natural twists and turns occurred that surprised even her. Just like her main character Maggie, Karen discovered that day to day living becomes more meaningful when you break out of your routine and allow yourself to be open to the mystifying and unexpected.

Northern Idaho has been home to Karen Estes for over thirty years. Working as a middle school librarian enables her to match up potentially life-changing books with her students. She and her family spend time together watching movies, traveling, cooking, golfing, and laughing!

The following quote summarizes one of the themes embedded in Karen’s book, Plane of the Ecliptic:

Three things cannot be long hidden:
the sun, the moon, and the truth
— Siddhartha Gautama

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Karen Estes and ENT appreciate it.

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