About the book

 
We’ve all heard stories of people touched by angels. What if the tables were reversed? The Hole is a dingy little stepchild factory of a large corporation where scrap materials, broken down machinery, and misfit employees are sent. Engineer Steve Clark finds himself among those misfits after barely recovering from a brain injury. Follow along as he utilizes a newly acquired supernatural gift, while his sanity, his career, and the love of his life, Roxy, are on the line. Holes aren’t always what they seem. Sometimes they are the threshold of a whole new life.

About the author:

 
Ray Owen is a writer and woodworker, born in Louisville, Kentucky. He currently lives in Pekin, Indiana, where he continues to create with words and wood.

Reviews:

 
“A sweet story told in an honest style. The characters are well written and their struggles seem familiar to all of us. Highly recommended.”
“Sometimes life’s little miracles lie in the predictable and mundane, the truths that elude us bound by the deliberations and toil of living – then they come, shattering our presumptions and catapulting us into a better place, and a better frame of mind. The Hole comes as one such miracle – read it, and dare to step out.”
 

 

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