The In-Betweeen series

a gripping story about the choices we make

and a deeper meaning of life

The In-Between series

From the International Bestselling author, Sagar Constantin comes the first book in the addictive IN-BETWEEN series.

Eva Monroe is returning from a three-week business trip, one in which she left her five-year-old son in the care of her ex-husband when the plane that’s taking her home crashes.
The accident leaves her in a coma, unresponsive to doctors’ attention and the urgings of her little boy.
However, while Eva’s body lies on the precipice of death, Eva’s spirit has traveled to a place known as the In-Between – a world that is hovering in the clouds above our world.
The In-Between is the temporary home of people who must decide whether to return to their lives on Earth or move on to the next stage in their development.
It is a wondrous place, filled with spiritual aids and advanced technology. It is also a place where a person faces oneself fully for the first time.
When Eva arrives at the In-Between, she is utterly sure of her decision: she wants to return to her son. Yet she soon realizes that what she believed about herself and her place in the world isn’t as straightforward as she’d always assumed. And with this realization comes the understanding that her decision will be much harder to make than she ever would have guessed. She is faced with the most challenging decision a parent can make.
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Much more than a book...

The In-Between series has so much to offer to our personal development. There are many learning points in the book to help live a more full and authentic life.


Awareness is like a light in the dark. The more light, the easier it is to see what is the best choice to make or thing to do. Without light, we often follow our fear and inexpedient strategies to survive.


We can have it all. And the more we try to fit everything into our lives the more we miss out. Being present is one of the greatest gifts we can offer ourselves. In the present, we will appreciate life more. To be present we have to start prioritizing. Discover what is most important to you, what makes you happy, and what gives you energy. Many people are wasting their life on things they don’t enjoy or spending time with people they don’t feel like being with.

The choices

Life is full of choices. Not choosing is also a choice. Some choices will have a great impact on your life and can be life-changing. Becoming aware of the feeling and thoughts that are controlling our choices can give us greater freedom.

15.000 books

was given away in 2007. I asked the recipient to pass it on after reading it. Many books changed hands more than 10 times ❤️

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Chapter 1


The Journey


“Excuse me, sorry.” I’m running as fast as I can, and I struggle to get the words out as I’m panting hard. Up ahead is the yellow sign saying gate 122, the gate closing notice is flashing angrily, but somehow everybody has agreed upon walking in slow motion and right in front of me. If I don’t make it, I won’t be able to pick up Luke from Kindergarten tomorrow as promised. And even worse, I might not make it home in time for his fifth birthday.

“Can you move, please? I’m sorry.” I’m squeezing my way through a group of people on a travelator as they have decided to stand on both the left and the right while looking at their phones. It seems that people have conspired to get in my way or slow me down.

Finally, I can see the check-in woman looking impatiently at her watch and flipping through a printed list. When she sees me, she puts on a forced smile and crosses me off the list.

“Late again, Ma’am….”

I’m still puffing and get out my passport and boarding card. “I’m sorry. I just had to get a present for my kid.”

“Did you see anyone else running this way?” There is a small sign of a thaw in her tone of voice.

“No, I didn’t look back, sorry.”

I throw a glance to her list, where two people are still not crossed off.

“Have a pleasant flight, Ma’am.”

“Thank you.” The departure hall is deserted, and I head straight for the plane. A woman in a tight suit welcomes me, and I hurry down toward my row. A few passengers manage to move their attention from their tablets and give me the “you are responsible for the late departure” look as I pass. Luckily, I don’t have to walk through the whole plane; I’m in my favorite row, number seven.

“Excuse me.”

The lady at the aisle seat looks up from the emergency folder.

“I’m by the window.”

She moves just enough for me to slip past, and I drop down in my seat with a sense of relief.

“This is the flight attendant speaking. Will passenger Mr. Wung and passenger Mrs. Jensen please let yourself be known to the staff?”

I reach for my diary and start flipping through it. Grocery shopping, pick up Luke, playdate with Luke, prepare for Luke’s birthday. Luckily, I just managed to get him a present, a massive box of the latest released LEGO castle with warriors. A warm sensation flows through my body, making me blush. There is no way I will let Luke out of my sight for the next few days. The story I just did grew much bigger than I anticipated; I was supposed to go home last week. But it developed, and I had to stay till the worst crisis was over. Hopefully, I will cash in a big check and be able to take off work for a few days. If I’m really lucky, I might be nominated for the Pulitzer Prize again this year. It would be my third nomination, and hopefully, this time… I don’t finish the thought. Instead, I cross out an appointment with John; that’s not happening, I think to myself.

“We still need to hear from Mr. Wung and Mrs. Jensen.”

So much for being the one to blame. I look around. Everybody is absorbed in their own world, watching something on their devices. The staff is busy too. That gives me a chance to call Luke.

“Hello,” a tired voice answers at last. I turn toward the window so that the flight attendant can’t see that I’m on the phone as she walks by looking for the missing passengers.

“Hi, it’s me. Can you put Luke on the phone?”

Andreas sighs dramatically. “He’s about to go to bed. Do you really think this is a good time to call? He never settles down after talking to you.”

This is not the time or place to get into a brawl with my ex-husband. I lower my voice, “Just put him on for a minute. I promise I won’t say anything to get him too excited.”

Andreas grumbles and puts down the phone. A few seconds later, I can hear Luke’s voice.


I press the phone even closer to my ear. “Hey, Luke, my love. How are you?”

“I miss you. When are you coming home?”

His voice is not as energized as yesterday, and I have to press the phone even harder to my ear to hear him. It sounds like he has given up on the question he has asked every day during my three-week trip. I wish I didn’t have to go away from him so long, but the circumstances are unavoidable. After Andreas and I split up, I was forced to go back to freelance journalism. That was the easiest way for me to make a living, but it also keeps me on the move. At least tonight, I have a better answer for Luke.

“I miss you, too. But I’m on my way home; I’m actually on the plane, we will take off very soon. I’ll be there to pick you up from Kindergarten tomorrow.”

“And you won’t be going away again?” His voice is soft, and I can hear his yawns.

“Not for a while….” My heart beats faster. “We’ll have plenty of time together. Time to do lots of fun stuff. Maybe I’ll even let you stay home from Kindergarten for a couple of days.”

“That sounds grrreat,” At that moment, Luke sounds wide awake. His voice is full of the kind of enthusiasm I wish I could bottle and bring with me on a trip like this.

He is telling me about an excursion to the park with Andreas and the Kindergarten and how they got ice cream on the way home. I’m forcing myself not to comment on it and start to explain how I interviewed some people who lost their homes in a big storm and how they managed to survive. Luke is not saying a word, but I can hear his soft breathing through the phone. While we are talking, I pull out my favorite picture that I always keep close of Luke, Andreas, and myself on Luke’s last birthday. His blue eyes are sparkling. I rest my eyes, looking at his blond hair and little nose, and lean my head against the window, feeling just a little bit closer to him. When Andreas and I were together, we always went to Legoland on Luke’s birthday; it’s his favorite place on earth. The colors on the picture have started to fade. I close my eyes as I feel my heart expanding. I rest the stiff photo paper on my chin. Now, Luke has another birthday approaching, his fifth. Where did the time go?

Andreas is in the background, telling Luke that it is time for bed. His voice is firm with a hint of irritation. I stare out the window where workers are looking through the baggage trolleys, most likely searching for the two missing passengers’ suitcases.

“Luke, I will see you tomorrow. Have a wonderful sleep. I love you.”

“Bye, Mom. I love you, too.”

“Bye, Luke. Can you put Dad back on the phone?”

There is a scratching sound. The phone is rattling, and a moment later, Andreas is back on.

“What’s up? I need to get him settled.” Andreas is clearly annoyed. There is no doubt that the call interrupted the flow of his evening. I take a quick look through the seats in front of me. The front door is still open, and the staff are chatting up front. It doesn’t seem like we are taking off right now.

I clear my throat and do my best to speak calmly and friendly. “It’s Luke’s birthday the day after tomorrow. I thought maybe we could do something together, the three of us.” Andreas isn’t saying anything in response, so I continue, “You can come over for dinner. As long as you don’t bring any of your new girlfriends.” Again, Andreas says nothing.

“Okay, I’ll come over,” Andreas says at last. “I need to talk to you about something, anyway.”

“We have located the luggage of the missing passengers and are now in the queue for takeoff. Hopefully, we will be on our way in approximately five minutes. We apologize for the delay.” The voice sounds like a tape recording, but I can see the flight attendant moving her lips.

“Great, see you at seven. I’ll make dinner.”

“See you,” Andreas answers briskly before hanging up.

I throw the phone in my handbag and look over at the woman next to me, all dressed in red. She is still studying the safety instructions and doesn’t pay any attention to me. I better get some sleep, so I’m all fit when I get home. The past several days have been exhausting, and I’ve hardly slept. The images of burning houses, animals running for their lives, and people suddenly without homes are printed on my retina. I don’t know how I manage to cover stories with so much devastation, but I do. It must be my ability not to feel other peoples’ pain. The images get blurry, and I doze off.


From the very patience readers all over the world, who read the free version of the book that were given away in 15,000 copies all over the world. An who are waiting for The Ring and The Hope.


I received the book when you were handing it out in London. I loved it! Simply couldn´t put it down. Since then I have had it in my bookcase just wanting to pass it on to someone else. Found it hard though.. Felt that I wanted to give it to someone who would appreciate it as much as I did.

This book has stirred my insides.It is the book I was looking for. Thank you for one of the most precious gifts I have received. With much gratitude

I just wanted to know when you will be putting out the other books. I absoulutely loved it and am on the edge of my seat to see what is next. I read it in two days! Please let me know so that I can get the book!


Wonderful work you're doing, Sagar!
Bless You & Thank You for such an incredible thing you're offering out to the world!
Maximum Respect!


I really liked your book. Only the second book I’ve read this year! lovely book. Made me cry at times. Is there a follow-on sequel yet and how do I get it ?
Norma Davis

I really enjoyed the story and the details made the story even more realistic, I lost myself in the whole book. I read it in two days. I had a hard time putting it down. I can’t wait for the book that continues this one. Please let me know when it comes out.

Your book is a BLESSING! Thank you so much
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Meet the Author

Sagar Constantin is a recognized teacher, speaker, and business psychology consultant with more than 20 years of experience. She is the author of 7 books. The In-Between series is her crown jewel, and the books means the world to Sagar. Her deep desire to bring awareness to the world is done in the most elegant way in these books. Sagar has a great ability to make complicated things simple and through her teaching it is possible to strengthen your personal development.
Sagar teaches both leaders and employees how to become more aware. Her main focus is personal growth, change management, motivation, positive psychology, EQ and High Performance teams.
Sagar was previously a director on TV2/Denmark, (the national TV network) and she hosted her own program on Denmarks TV & Radio. Sagar has the ability to motivate and engage her audience with her passion and contagious energy. Her psychological knowledge and vast hands on experience allows her to provide the audience with tools and insights, which can be immediately applied to everyday life and situations.

Till the release of The Hope 😊🤩🥳