Thomas Fairchild
GenreSpiritual / Children
Age Rating:PG
Submitted:Wednesday, 22 July 2009
Star rating:
(2 ratings)
Read by:434 different readers

Thomas Fairchild is based on the life of a real child with special needs, who is taken on an adventure into other dimensions. He discovers he has been born to perform an important task in order to earn his angel wings. He also learns from the ancient masters, the secrets of life and death, and what happens when our life on earth is over.
Along with a band of friends in the Yonder Realm, (Heaven), he is sent on a mission to the dark planes of Astra, to rescue the queen of the unicorns from the evil Queen Phaedra.
During the course of the journey, Thomas learns spiritual truths blended with adventure and fantasy, which are molded around the factual events of his life.
Hopeful to parents that have a child who is other than what society may like to consider as normal -and for the parents who may read it with love to a differently abled child. It is magical, new age, awakening, and an overcoming of ''disability.''
A wonderful story for the young, and the young at heart, who are seeking more understanding about their lives and their spirituality, and why some of us are born ''different.''


List of chapters

Ch. 1 Fri'
Ch. 2 Lyra
Ch. 3 Lord Micha and the Yonder Realm
Ch. 4 Afra
Ch. 5 The Crystal Cave
Ch. 6 Journey to the Sea of Vesta


Jukyter J. Juky Tuesday, 12 April 2011
Quite good, better then I was expecting. I'm not cut out to be a reviewer, though so I shall end here.
Daniel Joseph Monday, 1 November 2010
I truly enjoyed reading your story as written thus far. What a wonderful imagination you have. You come close to describing the actual beauty and glory of our Creator God and His realm.
Eunice Attwood Thursday, 8 July 2010
A message from Eunice.
Thanks for your positive comments.
Thomas doesn't add the letter 's' on the end of his words, until Fri' enters the scene. At this point Thomas speaks normally as he has been raised to another level of vibration, and becomes his true self, not just an earthly version of himself.
Juggalodan Monday, 7 June 2010
Check back through it. It's good, though. Just make sure that, after you've said he doesn't add the s on the end of his words, you don't have him doing that, as you slip back into having him say 'who's' and 'that's'.

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