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Physicists have their theories.  Their work seems to be to prove or disprove those theories.  So, we have quantum theory, M-theory, superstring theory and on and on.  If you want to try and understand it, you might find yourself on a real journey to "Wonderland".  I'd venture a guess that the average person, be they 8 or 80, would just shrug their shoulders.  It doesn't seem to apply to their lives.  So why try?  It's just the kind of stuff you marvel at when Morgan Freeman tries to explain it to you.  I certainly don't understand it.  But, here I am.  Capable of moving into another dimension.  Why?  I don't know.  How?  I don't know.  There is something called "eleven-dimensional supergravity".  I think my friend Joy understands it, however, she stands pretty much alone in my circle.  But, I still like the name - " The Eleventh Dimension "

                                                               ... and I like going there.   

                                                                                                       - Beth Rossini-Ross-Rossi


     It was with a strong sense of melancholy that 29 year old Amy Olson entered the supermarket that day. Her best friend, Meg, was away. Amy's parents were gone, almost 5 years now. Her life as a first grade teacher was rewarding but also predictable and, recently, very lonely.

       Things were about to change. Into this very ordinary setting walks Joseph Rossini. A handsome soldier who was just at the right place at the right time.

        Amy and Joseph fall in love and start down a path that takes a decidedly unexpected turn. They could not have foreseen the most unusual events about to unfold. Joseph's disappearance, the unlikely allies of Sister Celeste Marie and Sister Jude Rita, and, of course, the unfathomable skills of Beth Rossini.

        An unexpected journey-sometimes a fairy tale-other times dark and frightening.       


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