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I feel greatly indebted to my wife, Kathy. Although the writing is mine, she provided an enormous amount of cohesion to the story. She gave me countless ideas on how to make the book feel more real. She told me what worked and what didnít and what should be going on in the characterís minds. In short, she helped me make the characters more real. Those additions made the story much more interesting, and for that Iím eternally grateful.
Iíd also like to thank Julia Melges-Brenner for her suggestions, comments and editing.
There was a boy,
A very strange, enchanted boy
They say he wandered very far, very far, over land and sea
A little shy, and sad of eyes,
but very wise, very wise was he
Then one day,
a magic day, he passed my way,
And while he spoke of many things,
fools and kings,
This he said to me:
The greatest thing youíll ever learn
Is just to love and be loved in return.
ĖEden Ahbez, Nature Boy