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The Lost Choice

Author : Andy Andrews
ISBN : 9781418536398
Genre : Self-Help
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. A work of both scholarship and imagination. The Lost Choice is a legend of personal discovery—a reminder of the opportunities we each are given. When a young boy finds a mysterious object in the creek near his home, it starts a series of events that could change the world—again. Many search for the ancient relic's secret, but few find its truer purpose. What choices will each make—or lose?
Category: Self-Help
The Lost Choice
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Pages: 256
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Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-06-22 - Publisher: Thomas Nelson

. A work of both scholarship and imagination. The Lost Choice is a legend of personal discovery—a reminder of the opportunities we each are given. When a young boy finds a mysterious object in the creek near his home, it starts a series of events that could change the world—again.
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