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One woman's true story of supernatural trial by water - Not your normal paranormal. RAIN NO EVIL by Michele Zirkle
"A powerful story of a struggle between good and evil, temptation and abstinence. I was genuinely impressed that this was a debut novel - the words flow so easily and the descriptions are vivid without being overpowering. You can feel the narrator's struggle within herself, and her desire to be a good and faithful wife and Christian woman, despite the demons that appear to be surrounding her." reviews The Faerie Review
"The paranormal side was fantastical, sometimes scary and I wanted more. As the story progresses you can see a change in Savannah, she changes her ways and grows stronger as a person, she finally redeemed herself when she got the courage to tell Alex she was leaving." reviews Ebook Addicts UK
"Twists with paranormal tones, it's truly amazing that this is based on a true story, and also a little terrifying. The story also covers mental abuse and sexual encounters" reviews Sonya Neal
Available direct from the author - http://www.michelezirkle.com/books.html
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Amazon Kindle - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M5D4SIX
Paperback - https://www.amazon.com/dp/1945178698
Hardback - https://www.amazon.com/194517871X
Based on a true story of exorcism and paranormal events, this story's undercurrent is a dysfunctional relationship between Savaunah and her husband, Alex, that prompts Savaunah to blame God for her unhappiness and dares Him to prove he is real. The bizarre response takes the surreal to a whole other realm--literally.
In Michele Zirkle's debut novel, Rain No Evil, lead character Savannah needs more protection than her police officer husband can provide when a few demons infiltrate her life. As one demon soaks the interior of her home, another pops up in her mirror. Just knowing that an evil presence could be buried within her skin almost scares the hell right out of her. Almost. It takes a lady with divine light to do that.
"There's a rare honesty in the writing of Rain No Evil. After reading this story, I remembered everything that happened as though the events had actually happened to me. I've never experienced that before in a book, and I can tell you I have never been so pulled into a story as I have with this one. It can't be placed into a neat box of horror or suspense or supernatural. It is as original as it is fascinating. Wickedly funny, yet profoundly sincere and thought provoking. I loved it." - Michael Knost, Bram Stoker Award-winning editor and author of Return of the Mothman.