Awakening Storm

Tower Review
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Rapture nightmares haunt Michael Rivers, Veronica's new client. The greedy televangelist is the same man who has made a play for the psychologist's son...and she isn't happy about it. In fact, she has plans for the millionaire at his estate on the beach that don't include coddling. Awakening Storm began as a produced stage play, with a climax in Miami Beach during a hurricane. (It is also narrated on audio by an ESPN producer and voiceover talent.) To Michael the supernatural horror requires strong and frequent coffee consumption to avoid nightmares. No coffee required to stay awake!
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This is Christian fiction, written for Christians. Inspired partly by Billy Graham, who wrote a book titled Storm Warning. Trump attended his Graham's funeral, but doesn't believe in climate change caused by man. Graham did. Trump's has befriended televangelists. Graham was one, but wasn't in it for the money. Many are. Time will tell what history says about all this. For now, I reserve judgment.

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Tower Review
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Published on
Sep 1, 2018
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Pages
169
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ISBN
9780463348772
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Language
English
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This content is DRM protected.
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