The lives of the people of Arcadia, Missouri, are forever changed when their deceased loved ones return.
Based on a novel by Jason Mott. What if someone You lost returned? 8-year-old American boy wakes up in a rice field in China, says that his name is Jacob, and calls his hometown â€“ Arcadia, Missouri. The house, which he considers family, living a married couple who had lost a son Jacob, but 30 years ago. Son recognizes them as their parents. The local sheriff and his daughter trying to unravel the mystery of boy who had returned from the dead. Apparently, this is only the beginning and the dead will return home...Read more »
The main figure of the series Resurrection is an eight-year boy waking up in the middle of a rice field one of the Chinese provinces. The boy named Jacob absolutely does not remember anything about his past. He knew only his name and address in the United States. But we all know that the world is not without good people! Martin Bell is an employee of migration control in every way trying to help this boy. Man learns details about the boy his parents to send him home. American address that is the last place of residence from the words of Jacob becomes the only clue. Wasting no time Martin immediately tries to verify its authenticity. Since then, the story unfolds in a more interesting and surprising perspective. Agent Bellani brings the boy to this address. There they discover an elderly couple ... If you caught this story then see its continuation from which you will learn that this elderly couple thirty-two years ago lost eight year old son. It is not difficult to guess that their son our protagonist Jacob. He easily found his parents but said that they are very old. This story may seem rather strange because the boy was the same age when he disappeared. What these changes were caused? How the boy had disappeared from the house? Why did his parents have grown old and he is the same eight-year boy? This captivating series will answer these questions are simple and uncomplicated.Read more »