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Little One... End of Journey Alone
by Ann Marquette   

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ISBN-10:  1592867707 Type:  Fiction

Copyright:  January 21, 2003 ISBN-13:  9781592867707


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This is a story for ALL ages and being enjoyed by adults, including men who have amazed me with their response to the story.

Little One has been wandering alone since she and her parents started out on a trip to somewhere unknown.  Her father flew his small plane. They had not told anyone they were going and her Dad didn’t log his flight plan with anyone.  They crashed over a large wooded area, killing both parents.  Little One was safe with barely a scratch.  She was a bright 2 year old, sweet and loving.  From that place she began her journey alone. 

 

She loved all animals and was not afraid of even the wildest in the forest.  She made friends with them, learned about their ways, and how to find food for herself.

 

Eventually she wondered out of those woods.  Over the next couple years she met people shared their food and they gave her a place to sleep.  They asked her name, but it had been so long since she heard it that she forgot.  Because she was a tiny wisp of a child everyone seemed to call her Little One and she eventually thought that was her name.  They asked about her parents, but she had long pushed the incident from her mind and would simply say she didn’t know.  Little One would always disappear before any of the people could contact authorities about her.

 

In this Book 1 of Little One’s Journey she meets an elderly man named Vincent and a unicorn called Uni who become her friends.  This is the time her journey alone ends.

 

After spending time with Vincent and Uni at Vincent’s home, they begin a new journey together.  Vincent and Little One follow Uni’s lead.  They spend some weeks traveling through beautiful places.  Eventually Uni takes them through a beautiful forest to a very secret place where they meet Uni’s mate and their baby unicorn, their fairy friends and many other animal friends.

 

They spend many days and nights in this magical, peaceful, beautiful place.  Little One gets to know L’Uni, the young unicorn who becomes one of her special friends and guides through her life.  She meets Eagle Tom, two white doves, and an angel named Mary who shares the next part of her journey.

 

Time in this secret glen is getting to know each other and prepare for the next journey.  The sad part is that Vincent doesn’t go with Little One when she leaves this place.  He stays with Uni and his mate and other friends until it is his time to pass on to the next world and be with his beloved wife again.

 

Sad as it is for Little One and Vincent not see each other again, they are grateful for having been part of each others lives.

 

When it is time for Little One and her new friends to leave this place, they say goodbye and go through the secret cave to the outer world beyond this place to begin the new journey…where Book 2 begins.

Excerpt
This little child has been roaming the world alone for as long as she can remember. She doesn't even have a name. Everyone she meets calls her "Little One." There have been many stops and encounters along the way. It has been awhile since she had a place to stop and stay a bit, or any contact with anyone. She is getting tired now and rather lonely. Little One does not know a change is about to take place, and her journey alone will soon end.

In the distance she notices a big old house. It is very beautiful, but the plants and weeds look like they have taken over. When she gets to the house she walks up to a front window and peeks inside. She doesn’t see anyone, and it seems very quiet… as if no one lives there. She goes around to the side of the house. Beyond a large magnificent black iron gate there is a path which leads to the back yard. Little One leans into the gate to look through, and is surprised as the gate opens easily from the slight pressure of her tiny body. She follows the path to the back door. She tries the door...and finding it unlocked she enters the house. She calls out, but no one answers.
Little One enters a room where the walls and ceiling are made of glass. There are neglected plants, a small sofa and two matching chairs. They look
comfortable and inviting, but are dusty and dirty. Spider webs decorate the room. She realizes she is very tired. Brushing the dirt off with her hands, she sits in the big overstuffed sofa. The cushions cuddle her body like a cloud. Soon Little One is curled up and fast asleep. So tired from her day’s journey, she sleeps a dreamless sleep.


Reader Reviews for "Little One... End of Journey Alone"


Reviewed by Kathleen Janz-Anderson
Just ran across this, and I'm so excited to read it.
Reviewed by Smita Tewari
Children's stories have been written in almost languages, but nothing compares with Ann's 'Little One- End of a Jouney Alone'!
It reflects 'Ann's great potential as a writer and follows the stream of consciousness tecnique, as a magical journey into spiritual eternity.
I wish Ann the best & never to give up writing!
Reviewed by JMS Bell
I DON'T KNOW HOW I'VE BEEN PASSING OVER THIS ALL ALONG, BUT I HAVE CONVINCED THAT I FOUND IT AT THE RIGHT TIME. THIS REMINDS ME OF THE CHILDREN OF GOD...HOW HE IS ALWAYS WITH US, LEADING AND GUIDING US WITH HIS PRESENCE AND TEACHING US BEAUTIFUL THINGS, AS WE CONTINUE OUR JOURNEY...TO HIM. I THINK WHAT IS SO WONDERFUL ABOUT THIS WORK IS THAT IT CAN APPEAL TO ALL AGES...FROM THE 'LITTLE ONES' TO THE OLDER ONES. A WONDERFUL STORY THAT IS WELL DONE. LOVE AND BLESSINGS, JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by John Domino
God blessed you as a writer.

Continue with poetry next...

JMD
Reviewed by Carol Mitchell
This is a great story. I look forward to reading more of Little one's journey(s) one day.
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Congratulations, Ann. I wish you continued success in all that you endeavor with love and peace,

Regis

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