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PDF Ô BOOK Sins of the Father FREE ☆ NATURALTREATMENT ¸ A minister losing touch with his faithA severely autistic child with no past no present and no real futureAn evil older than time itselfWhen the boy Lucian is thrown into Aaron’s life with nowhere else to go all hell breaks loose and Aaron confronts things heDer than time itselfWhen the boy Lucian is thrown into Aaron’s life with nowhere else to go all hell breaks loose Overall Feedback To be fair from the start again I will state that this is a book written by my wife and my review may be skewed by this For this reason I will take away one star from the start so it will be an even playing fieldOn to the reviewAfter her first novel “Birthright” I knew I would be in for a good read and that overall I would enjoy the experience I however had not expected to enjoy myself as much as I did As all married couples know we must be supportive of our spouse and the excursions into what makes them happy I thought I would do just that and give the token husband “I Love It” speech and that would be that “Birthright” has not been edited so RJ’s penchant for the overuse of words in her storytelling shined through unimpeded This time though she went for broke and has had “Sins of the Father” edited and a professional cover created to reflect her growth in both her craft and her understanding of how to publish credible work I was intrigued by the story and how it transformed throughout the pages I was taken back when all the small details left in the pages became important in the end To accurately sum it up this is RJ’s “here I am” and “I have learned to better my writing” book and I am sure others will agree I still believe she has to give and I can only say that it can only get better when the author is still striving to learn about their craft Sins delivered far above my expectations of what RJ may have been capable of in writing even before it was edited She took the reviews from “Birthright” and used that criticism to better her own skills instead of whining and pouting and then uitting Now after reading the edited version of Sins I would have to say that she is serious about her chosen career and she is doing what she can to be the best Sins is a great possibility to be her breakout work and I hope it does just that for her Not because I am her husband but because I am an avid reader 300 books last year and this has got to be the best I have read since “Indie Chicks” After reading this book I was actually excited to talk to the author in person about what they wrote I can not believe it but when I look back I was so acting like a fan So go ahead and at least sample the book After the sample 50 percent I am sure you will agreePoint of View The story is third person from BowenLucian’s mindVoice In each story we find ourselves relating to the characters in our own way but I really feel that RJ was telling us a little about her feelings as a child in this one It is only up to us to read between the linesCharacter Development You find yourself trying to protect BowenLucian through your minds eye and trying to shake Aaron loose from his lost faith Lena starts off brusk but ends up as your favorite busy bodyPlot There are things in this universe that defy explanation so this could be true or it could be myth but you will follow along with a dry mouth and panic in your heart for the black is always thereDialogue Seeing that this takes place in the “Midwest” I would have to say the dialogue was spot on for the present day characters The Welsh dialogue was intriguing to see included as was seeing the author jump back in time and still manage to keep up with the dialogue usedPacing If you are looking for a c

Sins of the FatherDer than time itselfWhen the boy Lucian is thrown into Aaron’s life with nowhere else to go all hell breaks loose Overall Feedback To be fair from the start again I will state that this is a book written by my wife and my review may be skewed by this For this reason I will take away one star from the start so it will be an even playing fieldOn to the reviewAfter her first novel “Birthright” I knew I would be in for a good read and that overall I would enjoy the experience I however had not expected to enjoy myself as much as I did As all married couples know we must be supportive of our spouse and the excursions into what makes them happy I thought I would do just that and give the token husband “I Love It” speech and that would be that “Birthright” has not been edited so RJ’s penchant for the overuse of words in her storytelling shined through unimpeded This time though she went for broke and has had “Sins of the Father” edited and a professional cover created to reflect her growth in both her craft and her understanding of how to publish credible work I was intrigued by the story and how it transformed throughout the pages I was taken back when all the small details left in the pages became important in the end To accurately sum it up this is RJ’s “here I am” and “I have learned to better my writing” book and I am sure others will agree I still believe she has to give and I can only say that it can only get better when the author is still striving to learn about their craft Sins delivered far above my expectations of what RJ may have been capable of in writing even before it was edited She took the reviews from “Birthright” and used that criticism to better her own skills instead of whining and pouting and then uitting Now after reading the edited version of Sins I would have to say that she is serious about her chosen career and she is doing what she can to be the best Sins is a great possibility to be her breakout work and I hope it does just that for her Not because I am her husband but because I am an avid reader 300 books last year and this has got to be the best I have read since “Indie Chicks” After reading this book I was actually excited to talk to the author in person about what they wrote I can not believe it but when I look back I was so acting like a fan So go ahead and at least sample the book After the sample 50 percent I am sure you will agreePoint of View The story is third person from BowenLucian’s mindVoice In each story we find ourselves relating to the characters in our own way but I really feel that RJ was telling us a little about her feelings as a child in this one It is only up to us to read between the linesCharacter Development You find yourself trying to protect BowenLucian through your minds eye and trying to shake Aaron loose from his lost faith Lena starts off brusk but ends up as your favorite busy bodyPlot There are things in this universe that defy explanation so this could be true or it could be myth but you will follow along with a dry mouth and panic in your heart for the black is always thereDialogue Seeing that this takes place in the “Midwest” I would have to say the dialogue was spot on for the present day characters The Welsh dialogue was intriguing to see included as was seeing the author jump back in time and still manage to keep up with the dialogue usedPacing If you are looking for a c

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Sins of the Father ☆ A minister losing touch with his faithA severely autistic child with no past no present and no real futureAn evil ol What a great story The beginning was horrifying the middle was engrossing and the ending was suprising and satisfying What could I ask for The book is described as being a paranormal story but it is not the currently fad vampirewitchpsychic type of paranormal This is much a dark ancient religious type of paranormal which was very well written and well played I was hooked PDF Ò Sins of the Father ½ R.J. Palmer

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R.J. Palmer ½ Sins of the Father READER And Aaron confronts things he never actually imagined could really exist in an effort to save one small tortured chi If you're looking for a scary paranormal narrative and one that entertains as well as makes you look over your shoulder in the dark avoid fire and torture you've come to the right place with this bookRJ Palmer bends to no one and pens her prose via her own style weaving a modern day histronic based on her own imagination For this she deserves a mighty huge nodI've been reading paranormals for than I care to admit beginning with The Exorcist I thought that story was greatHowever after reading The Sins of the Father RJ's prose took 'possession' of my mind and swooped me into a completely different level regarding the paranormal and old evils with oh so strange histories combined with the present dayWithout giving away any spoiler alerts the story begins with a young boy abandoned to some nasty religious zealots in mid evil times centuries ago The youngster is made topay a hefty penance with his very innocence all because of a terrible injustice done to his older sister and ultimately caused by The Sins of the FatherThe boy has not known anything akin to kindness excepting one priest called Father JacobThe boy reveres the color purpleFast forward to the present day when Reverend Aaron finds himself scathed into an incredible past and joined with an unspeakable bond with The Boy Reverend Aaron already has issues and is uestioning not only his faith but his place within God's realm When Aaron is introdcuced to an autistic child in a pyschiatric facility a child with no known origins or history Aaron's life is changed foreverForeverOh and one thing and this is very important people I'm an author RJ Palmer's book The Sins of the Father took me away from my own work for several days I can think of no better praise than that from one author to another An intriguing read and well worth your timeRJ Palmer has the gift of sharing worlds we know nothing aboutCrazy Cool and that's no joke