All This Was Mission

All This Was Mission, by S.J. Cunningham, is Madeline’s journey of self and spiritual discovery. Madeline goes to an isolated resort called Ashrama in the hopes of getting rest. However, she soon realizes that there is much work to be done before going back to the life she had.

Madeline and all who go to Ashrama are there to deal with their past. Upon arriving, you follow a routine and choose a new name. Madeline, now going by Maya, navigates through her time at Ashrama. She meets new people along the way that are on their own healing journey. As they open up about their struggles, Maya is trying to understand why she was sent to this place and what in her life brought her to this point. Maya helps others find their way, and eventually, she shares her story. After revealing her life story, Maya has a sense that her time at Ashrama is done, and she must return to her life. Although she is going back, she is an entirely different person now.

Cunningham writes beautifully, and readers will get carried away reading this story. The characters have depth and meaning, each adding to the storyline as you continue reading. Cunningham makes the reader empathize with her characters and delivers a deep understanding of what they are experiencing on this journey. In addition, there are mature topics discussed throughout the book that make this appropriate for an older audience.

Ashrama was a place of healing that the characters began to question as they experienced otherworldly things. This gives readers a lot of questions that build the anticipation and suspense in the novel.

All This Was Mission, by S.J. Cunningham, is a blend of hardships, friendship, and discovery. Readers who like a thought-provoking novel with deep character explorations will appreciate this metaphysical fiction novel.

Pages: 173 | ASIN : B08PW3R6SY

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