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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Fiction - 400 pages
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Absolution is a raw and frank expose into adolescent relationships and the world of witchcraft set against the west coast of British Columbia. The story follows two girls, Aileen and Jennifer, through their uneasy rites of passage into womanhood. Suspense builds as one of girls while hiding a lifelong secret ultimately discovers the shocking truth about her friends, her lover, herself, and the world as it spins ever closer to the dawn of a new era. The destiny of the Ancients and Edenites unfold in Absolution with edgy humour and dark passion."

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About the author (2009)

An outspoken, enigmatic, and controversial woman from the wild, west coast of British Columbia, Diana Gerdenits grew up in Vancouver but now lives in Prince George. She was educated in Criminology and Forest Management. This novel is a culmination of her experiences as a young woman and a unique look at spiritual philosophy.

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