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Searching For Home

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by Laurelynn Martin
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Searching For Home
by Laurelyn Martin

If you have been following Logee's lore for the past 119 years, you won't want to miss this inspiring and uplifting account. Searching For Home is a powerful story of a young woman's love, hope and healing after a near death experience. Her encounter with death and 12-year journey to restore health, miraculously intertwines with Byron Martin, third generation owner of Logee's.

"Searching for Home" is a powerful story of a young woman's love, hope and healing after a near-death experience. Martin's personal account begins at the height of a promising tennis career when she has a routine surgical procedure that goes awry. Clinically dead, Martin is catastrophically sent on a voyage to the Light. She describes her near-death experience as being Home - Home in the Light!

"Upon awakening in the Intensive Care Unit, Laurelynn heard a doctor proclaim, 'I snatched you from the jaws of death. Your chances of living were slim to none.' Surviving by artificial, mechanical means, Laurelynn could not speak to refute the doctor's claim. She wanted to tell him that she had not been near-death but near-life. That she had been home - Home in the Light.

The doctor continued to explain the gravity of her medical situation. 'The abdominal aorta, inferior vena cava, and right iliac artery were punctured. Your bowels and spine were also hit. You had no blood pressure or heart beat. You're not out of the woods yet, so I need you to keep breathing…'"

Kenneth Ring, Ph.D. author of "Life at Death" and "Heading Toward Omega"

"Reading Laurelynn Martin's account of her near-death experience and changed life can change yours. Many books have been written about such encounters but this is surpassingly rich in the spiritual insights it offers. More, it tells a humdinger of a story - surely one of the most inspirational journeys of transformation and healing I have yet come across. It deserves to become a classic."

Paperback, 9X6", 192 pages.

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