Rain No Evil by Michele Savaunah Zirkle Marcum
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Rain No Evil by Michele Savaunah Zirkle Marcum contains a great juxtaposition of evil and goodness. Here the author writes about the fight to find the good even in harrowing times. Alex and Savannah Templeton are going through a difficult spot in their marriage, mainly due to infidelity. Savannah asks God for guidance, but receives an answer she may not be ready for. Rain No Evil is based on a true story, and the author uses the present tense narration and dialogue to pull the reader in and make the story even more explosive. With elements of a horrible marriage and lots of verbal abuse, along with paranormal, demonic random happenings, this is a unique story. The writing feels cathartic for Marcum, enabling her to tell the story. The descriptions are well written, the scenes are well captured, oftentimes the book is quite revealing on a personal level. Overall, an emotional tour de force that pulls the reader into the story.
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