Tustin Ranch, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/09/2014 -- Any authors’ first novel is a make-or-break opportunity to stamp their mark on the world of literature. For Pamela Wayne and ‘Girl In Two Worlds’, this debut release is storming the scene with social-media fanfare. Written for young women and combining high adventure with a thought-provoking examination of reality, Wayne’s novel is poised to have strong social value for young readers around the world.
The narrative takes readers on an inspirational journey into the life of one young woman who falls into a self-induced coma to awaken in the turnaround world of Planet Millennium. Forced to occupy both her comatose body on Earth and her active body searching a distant world for her twin brother, protagonist Julia Wainwright takes readers on a series of self-fulfilling adventures filled with positive messages to enrich their own lives.
Meet Julia Wainright, who lives in two bodies--her Earth body entrapped in a coma and her other body living free on a distant planet. In the spirited voice of a seventeen-year-old girl, she tells us how she survives, torn between two worlds. While her dormant body on Earth watches her family cope with their feelings of despair, she sets out on a dangerous journey to find her twin brother and bring him home--back to Planet Earth.
Girl In Two Worlds, the debut novel by Pamela Wayne, transforms the lowest of emotions into the highest of thoughts. In the hands of an inspirational writer, the philosophical adventure novel transcends fantasy, science fiction, and real-life experiences into a suspenseful story about universal love and healing.
The author wants young women to embrace the story’s underlying message of love and healing.
“This is literally unlike anything ever written before – transcending fantasy, science fiction, and many facets of real life. It will take young women on an emotional journey through which they can discover who they really are and thereby, raise their own self-image,” says Wayne, who used events from her own life to inspire the story.
Continuing, “It is a true display of ‘fiction for real life’ that will empower each reader to embark on their own individual quest of self-discovery. Themes of despair, hope and change will resonate with readers’ own aspirations.”
To date, the novel has been compared to existing classics, including ‘The Golden Compass’, ‘The Wizard of Oz’ and ‘The Lovely Bones’.
Of course, Pamela Wayne is delighted with the feedback.
“Every author wants their work to be compared to literary legends. At the same time, I like to think that my book is different by offering readers entertainment with enlightenment. There is a lot to be taken away from Julia and her experiences – read the novel yourself and find out,” she adds.
‘Girl In Two Words’, published by Freedom Within Foundation, is available now: http://amzn.to/1cytJGl.
‘Girl In Two Worlds’ deluxe edition, the full-color version, will be released on February 12, 2014. Review the deluxe edition flipbook at: http://www.octilogyblog.com/GI2W/GIRL-IN-TWO-WORLDS-Deluxe-Edition.html
‘Girl In Two Worlds’ also comes in an illustrated ebook at: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HMQVKHM
For more information, visit the author’s official website: http://www.pamelawayne.com
‘Girl In Two Worlds’ Book Trailer Video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF5VdAmh4Sc
About Pamela Wayne
Pamela Wayne writes inspirational novels for young women. Her debut novel, ‘Girl In Two Worlds’, is now featured at her Freedom Within Foundation website along with other life-changing products, including novels, books, flipbooks, playing cards, games, fantasy maps, and music. Pamela’s products promote self-discovery, reminding us, “There is no way to happiness; happiness IS the way.”