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 Post subject: Nearer the Dawn, A Novel About Faith
PostPosted: Mon May 05, 2014 10:31 am 

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What would an atheist do if he were confronted with a bona fide miracle?

Announcing the publication of my novel about faith in God, Nearer the Dawn, which is available on Amazon Kindle here: http://www.amazon.com/Nearer-Dawn-J-Avi ... B00J1AVQLM

The price is only $.99, and all net profits will be donated to charity. Here is your chance to read a story about faith while also giving to a good cause.

What if you had everything the world could offer yet were still dissatisfied? Frank Devore has it all: international fame and a billion dollar fortune. None of it, however, can save his fatally ill daughter, Audrey. But when Audrey is astonishingly cured through the simple touch of a mysterious young woman, Frank searches for answers--and is enmeshed in a battle between an angel and a demon in which the lives of thousands are threatened.

From the review:
What is love? If you saw "The Passion of the Christ", you should know. But sometimes, it's hard to understand unless it's someone who is just like us, without the divinity.

Monica Belton is a victim soul in this world, a conduit for healings, but the only reward she receives is ridicule, fear, demonic attacks, and loneliness. And the overwhelming understanding of God, love, and eternity.

When she cures the daughter of Frank Devore--billionaire and atheist--from a fatal disease, she is unaware that she is saving more than just a child's life. She is preparing for a spiritual war in which the lives and souls of many--including Frank's--are at stake.

A. J. Avila tells a love story like no other, in gripping, visceral detail (if "The Passion" disturbed you, be warned that this book does not hold back on descriptions of suffering and the depravity of demons.) It's a story that plumbs the depths of the question "How can God allow suffering?"

If you don't have a Kindle and don't mind putting up with the ads that come with a free website, you can read the entire novel for free here: http://www.wattpad.com/story/12468260-nearer-the-dawn

And, if you like Nearer the Dawn, you might want to read my first novel, Rain from Heaven, also available on Amazon Kindle.

What would you sacrifice to save your enemy's soul? Read for free my novel about God's mercy, Rain from Heaven, at ajavila.angelfire.com

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