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Publisher's Summary

When Ellie's cancer exhausts the reaches of modern medicine, she travels to Ecuador with her lifelong friends, Tess and Joline, hoping that local shamans might offer a miracle. During a tumultuous week that includes strange, ancient ceremonies and a betrayal that strains their bond, each woman discovers her own deep need for healing, even the skeptic among them. Fill the Sky is about the complexity of friendship, the power of the spirit, and the quest to not simply fight death, but to shape an authentic life.
Fill the Sky has been selected as a finalist for the Mary Sarton Award for Contemporary Fiction and the Foreword INDIES Book of the Year.
©2016 Katherine A. Sherbrooke (P)2017 Katherine A. Sherbrooke
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By jey cee on 07-07-17

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Ver good story of healing and friendship with a sense of place. The details of Ecuador's physical world, its spiritual parallel and its culture - food, people, architecture - made me want to hop on a plane immediately.

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By james galvin on 11-04-17

This has it all!

Love, Friendship. Romance. Adventure. An Affair. Cancer. A quest. Business decisions. Shaman. And all of these things happen to our three main characters who are all -- women!
This novel reminds the reader about the importance of friendship and made me question how far I would go and what I would be willing to do for my own friends. (It also made me miss my college roommates:-)) The spiritual trip they take to Ecuador is an interesting exposure to South American food, customs, and language and the descriptions really do make you want to go and visit. The reading by Valerie Gilbert was excellent for the 3 different women and for the various other characters they meet along the way in Ecuador.

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