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Conversation at an estate sale filled with extremely questionable things:
Me: I’m pretty sure I need this doll.
Victor: Nope. Nope. Nope. All of my nopes.
me: Sir, how much is the doll with no eyeballs?
Estate sale guy: It’s $75.
me: Seems pricey. But, hang on…does that include all the human souls trapped inside it? Because that might actually be a good value.
Estate sale guy: It comes with an extra set of doll clothes.
Victor: Does it also come with an exorcism?
Guy: It’s real old. They don’t make ‘em like that anymore.
Victor: Well, thank God for that.
Victor said I couldn’t bring her home even though I tried to show him how lovely she was:
Then Victor made me put her down, but when I went in the…
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The armies have amassed. The heroes of memory have joined the battle against Abaddon and his demons, both fighting for possession of Providence. It would seem obvious which way the citizens would sway, once the gates were opened. After all, they’d seen the menace, witnessed the evil.
But the leader of their salvation is…a mere girl? A female?
The lessons of the “Wise God” run deep and strong, and the idea of a simple “swoop-and-save” becomes irrelevant in the face of obstinacy.
This is not, however, the biggest obstacle Deborah faces. The hardest lessons to learn, and the biggest evils to conquer, originate within herself.
Jealousy, bitterness, fear of failure–these must be conquered before Deborah can lead her army to victory.
Abaddon knows this–and exploits it as much as he can…
I have been waiting to get my hands on this book ever since reading “The Subtle Fiend”, the…
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