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The Threshold of Eden ❮Download❯ ➻ The Threshold of Eden ➿ Author Wendy Isaac Bergin – Thomashillier.co.uk In the beginning, man was driven out of Eden in the end, he shall be restored in a transformation both unexpected and sudden in a moment, in the twinkling of an eyeUprooted from his native Brooklyn, y In the beginning, man was driven out of Eden in the end, he shall be restored in a transformation both unexpected and sudden in a moment, in the twinkling of an eyeUprooted from his native Brooklyn, yearning for independence from his overbearing father and relief from his obsessive thoughts, young concert pianist Joshua Brightman finds unlikely friends in The Threshold PDF/EPUB or his New Orleans neighbors, matriarch and gifted healer Annie Faris and her granddaughter, precocious twelve year old bookworm Sam While Sam grieves over the recent loss of her father, Annie struggles to heal Sam s terminally ill mother In their search for health and peace, Joshua, Annie, and Sam learn what barriers exist between death and life, between disease and healing, and the price they must pay to overcome them Their stories play out against the backdrop of an Eden lost, a wounded, post oil spill Louisiana, and the ongoing struggle for survival of her people, wildlife, and those mysterious, mystical marshes.


About the Author: Wendy Isaac Bergin

Wendy Isaac Bergin, a Louisiana native, is a lover of language and music, and the genre that combines them both opera She gets to indulge her passion regularly as principal flutist of Houston s Opera in the Heights Orchestra A seasoned veteran of the halls of academia another hotbed of high drama she has served on the music The Threshold PDF/EPUB or faculties of Prairie View AM University, the University of Houston Downtown, Blinn College, and Lee College Wendy has lived in Brooklyn, Stockholm and Houston Now, she enjoys the adventures of bucolic life among bobcats and coyotes in the almost hill country of Texas.



10 thoughts on “The Threshold of Eden

  1. Neola Neola says:

    This book came from Goodreads.Loved this story and feel it is very appropriate for the times we are living in Love and kindnesscan heal most wounds Recommend this book to all.


  2. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    I received this book in return for an honest review Wendy Bergin s background as a musician really encouraged me to read this book, as I was a musician until I lost my hearing When a displaced concert pianist, Joshua Brightman, is forced to live with his parents in Louisiana, far from his Brooklyn roots, he struggles with his overbearing and what seems like cruel father His debt from Julliard we don t learn till late in the book that this is the school he attended I would have liked to have I received this book in return for an honest review Wendy Bergin s background as a musician really encouraged me to read this book, as I was a musician until I lost my hearing When a displaced concert pianist, Joshua Brightman, is forced to live with his parents in Louisiana, far from his Brooklyn roots, he struggles with his overbearing and what seems like cruel father His debt from Julliard we don t learn till late in the book that this is the school he attended I would have liked to have this fact early on makes it almost impossible to live on his own Plus, he had been labeled the bad boy of classical music from an incident at a hotel When he forms an unlikely friendship with Sam Samantha a 12 year old who lives next door, the story really begins I instantly like Sam and she draws Joshua into her family that includes her dying mother, known healer grandmother and her uncle Everything comes to a head when a hurricane causes a disaster amidst a family mourning I could have done without the author s rather oddly placed philosophical writing and definitely without the course language interspersed I understand people talk like this but even after Joshua realizes his Jewish faith as important and he starts reading a prayer book, he uses some swear words that are out of character Even the girl uses some light words Culturally, I know its out there and our society is becoming desensitized, but I don t have to like it or read it on a regular basis The historical information about how the oil spill affected the area is interesting


  3. Juliana Mae Juliana Mae says:

    I received a copy of The Threshold of Eden in exchange for an honest review.To be honest, I was excited to be asked to review this book, but I wasn t expecting much of it The cover is pretty, but I feel it could beprofessional I also wasn t hopeful that I d enjoy reading it all that much.I was pleasantly surprised Wendy Isaac Bergin is a wonderful writer Her descriptions are poetic and her story is perfectly complex and complicated There s a lot of story packed in this book, a lot of I received a copy of The Threshold of Eden in exchange for an honest review.To be honest, I was excited to be asked to review this book, but I wasn t expecting much of it The cover is pretty, but I feel it could beprofessional I also wasn t hopeful that I d enjoy reading it all that much.I was pleasantly surprised Wendy Isaac Bergin is a wonderful writer Her descriptions are poetic and her story is perfectly complex and complicated There s a lot of story packed in this book, a lot of twists and turns that all fit together like puzzle pieces There are also a lot of lively characters in this book, most of whom I grew attached to, and all of whom I was interested in.I will mention, I was surprised by the amount of cursing in this book, considering it was said to be a Christian book Wendy s values and presentation of the Christian faith were spot on, though I found myself moved at a quite a few points.Overall, this is a very good book Like me, I m sure if you give it a chance, you ll be glad you did


  4. Jodi Woody Jodi Woody says:

    I was given a copy of The Threshold of Eden by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Wendy Isaac Bergin is a new author for me Her writing style draws you into the story right away This one is well written with characters you either love or hate Flawed people finding friendship, forgiveness, and faith I don t agree with all of the Catholic doctrine, but this book is very heart toughing Be prepared with some Kleenex There is some mild swearing, no sexual content, and some violen I was given a copy of The Threshold of Eden by the publisher in exchange for an honest review Wendy Isaac Bergin is a new author for me Her writing style draws you into the story right away This one is well written with characters you either love or hate Flawed people finding friendship, forgiveness, and faith I don t agree with all of the Catholic doctrine, but this book is very heart toughing Be prepared with some Kleenex There is some mild swearing, no sexual content, and some violence I can recommend for teens and up, though it isgeared for adults I give it five stars, I loved it Will be readingof this author


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