Five of five stars given
Aggie May has reluctantly retired. As if that retirement was the trigger, her mind starts playing tricks on her. Snippets from other moments in history, times long past, suddenly seem all too real. But she wasn’t there, how could they be real?
Add to that, a representative of a very different AARP drops in, and things start to become clearer . . . or maybe they’re now a bit more muddled?
Better Angels is a remarkable story. This is a tale of travelers, but travelers of a very different sort. Bono weaves a whole new world for her characters, all of whom will draw you in to their adventures.
““There was never any more inception than there is now. Nor any more youth or age than there is now; and will never be any more perfection than there is now.” “What’s that from?” Aggie asked suspiciously. “Walt Whitman. Song of Myself. Notice the repetition of the word now?””
Aggie soon finds herself enmeshed in a whole new world, the discoveries she makes as she acclimates to her new reality are guaranteed to change her. Make sure to pick up this well written, intriguing look at another dimension. I know you’ll thoroughly enjoy it!