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Wednesday, November 17

Giveaway: Last Door

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Last Door by K Raven Rozier

This is the true story of a father reunited with his young son. He discovers, over time, that the boy’s mind is fractured into more than 400 multiple personalities that protect his secrets. The family’s lives are threatened when they discover he is also possessed by demons that seek to destroy them. The boy’s mother offered her son up to a satanic cult and to abuses so horrific that they seem more like fiction than reality.

How does this happen to a God-fearing family, and how do they deal with what is revealed to them? A young boy’s secrets could destroy this family, or, at the very least, bring it to its knees. When the O’Neal family is threatened by mysterious forces, cultic rituals, and a labyrinth of obstacles, they find out how far they will go and how hard they will fight to save one of their own and themselves in the ultimate, real life battle of good versus evil.  Everybody has a secret. Some are darker than others. What would you do to protect your secrets?

After reviewing Last Door by K Raven Rozier; I have the wonderful opportunity to host a giveaway here. This was a truly incredible book that I am not likely to ever forget. This giveaway is for US residents only. The author will be shipping one copy to the winner upon the deadline. Contest will run through December 1st, 2010 11:59pm.

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3 comments:

StephTheBookworm said...

WOW, this sounds intense! 400 personalities!? I'd love to red this one because I enjoy reading books with psychological aspects like that, where he seems to be suffering from Multiple Personalities Disorder!

Bethie said...

I would love to read this. Being a Psych major, this is right up my alley.

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Tina said...

I think this sounds really scary!! Great review J!!