The Hummingbird Theory

The Hummingbird Theory
Author : Morgan Sinclair
Publisher : AuthorHouse
Total Pages : 372
Release : 2005-01-20
ISBN 10 : 9781418458485
ISBN 13 : 1418458481
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Hummingbird Theory is a journey into the heart of the Cumberland Mountains in a region of Virginia known to the world as Appalachia. The enormous natural beauty of the Cumberlands is woven into each venue throughout The Hummingbird Theory; however, it is the colorful cast of characters that give glimpses into the cultural diversity of this unique region. The characters bring to life the close-knit mountain communities that share pride in their heritage, and they provide a look into the fascinating history of an area that once thrived because of rich deposits of coal. The Hummingbird Theory is much more than a story of life in a small mountain town, it is a story about the choices we make in life and the paths those choices set us on. It explores the spiritual nature of our human experience and the spiritual energy that defines who we are. As the story weaves its way through the small mountain community of Crayton’s Crossing, there are mysteries to be solved and messages to be gleaned from the lives of the unlikely band of homegrown characters. One such message is for those living life according to The Hummingbird Theory.


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