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1. Is the possible dream really possible?

When someone comes along and convinces you to believe and go after your dreams, would you be tempted?

Through Rose Coloured Glasses is a teen fiction crossover that is being enjoyed by all family members. The book covers in a very charming and humorous way a story of a rural community that are told they can achieve all of their dreams. An exhilarating read with pace and energy and lots of twist and turns; including a powerful message that you can achieve anything you want in life if you dare to believe in yourself and your dreams. But, be warned don't fall prey to the Dream Sellers.

A story format that covers the success principles in the worldwide best seller   "The Secret".

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