Fate: The Glow

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Xlibris Corporation, 2012 - Fiction - 58 pages
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What happened in the life of Amanda, one of the women who suffered extensively in the hands of the most cruel men shows us how the Divine works in a mysterious way. The Divine is in anything or Situation that works to oppose the Destroyer, and to guide and guard the innocent. Chester wanted the death of Amanda to be seen as an accident, but the glow saved the innocent Amanda and eventually the dragon emerged from the Glow to carry away Chester. Amanda was free to leave a happy life. One finds that the Glow was working with Amanda's sister, Hazel who is the voice of reason.

In understanding society, it is important to know and understand what make people tick. Here, nature nurture is at the root as well as it is the core of what makes individual behaves the way we do. Inside this book, one finds that the two brothers, Chester and Roland were both space waters, up to no good, drunks, and drug dealers; while their father, a drunk, was also addicted to gambling. It might come as a surprise to find that Roger, a son to Roland and a nephew to Chester turned out to be one of the most successful and responsible family and business men; all rolled into one. His early childhood experience was completely different from his fore runners- his uncle, his grand father and his Father. Both her mother and grand mother were strong, determined individuals who knew and appreciate the value of hard work and clean living.

 

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