Rich Kauffman: Return of the Children: The Final Chapter -
Return of the Children: The Final Chapter
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- RELIGION - Christian Living
- RELIGION - Christian General
If you remember in the first book, Return of the Children, the Dark Screamers were defeated and sentenced to the lowest depths of the Earth. The story should be over, right? Not so. If you recall Jerrick had invented that anti-gravity substance and formed a container into which he placed the remaining mass of antimatter, he later called ‘Little Bit’. He should have taken it with him or at least cast it off into space, for we know what happened when Jerrel got possession of it. Jerrel is one of the characters in the sequel, Return of the Children: The Final Chapter, where she grows up, joins NASA, and becomes involved in a program the Space Agency has developed called, PROJECT WORMHOLE. While aboard the Starship Columbus she and Denise discover what it’s like being trapped inside this strange little known phenomenon. Discover how their adventures and the kidnapping of another eleven-year-old are connected.
Read about the strange and surreal adventures Corrina and Denise share with Jerrel and the other returnees Seth, Shirelle, and Jerrick who travel back in time some eleven thousand years BC. When they do return, they find themselves fifteen years in the future and Denise discovers she must find the kidnapped Molly Jean Gericksen who has been missing those same fifteen years.
Rich and Fran live in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. They both graduated from Fresno State and have taught in various Christian Schools in California. He served in the US Army, joined the Air National Guard in 1980, and later switched to the Air Force Reserve. His entire unit was called to Active Duty for Desert Storm I, where he served for seven months, retiring from service in 1999. He enjoys reading, and playing with their granddaughter, Taelyn. He loves rainy nights, the color blue, and many other things in God’s wonderful creation. However, he still tends to shun work of any kind.