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Robert Fleming ..In the grim reality of the Hood, young mothers pray to protect the demons of urban blight, drugs and crime. Evie Rhodes has turned the horror genre upside down by creating a haunting hybrid of Bram Stoker's mythical monster blended with the social and spiritual concerns of James Baldwin. Her writing is often terrifying, harrowing, finely written with more than a few soul-numbing frights. It's a roller-coaster ride of terror, wildly inventive, and ultimately, a well-tuned morality tale of our chaotic times. Author of Havoc After Dark: Tales of Terror, The African American Writer's Handbook
Evie Rhodes is a novelist, award-winning songwriter, and music video scriptwriter. She wrote "Standing in da Spirit," which won a Canadian Music Award for Best Gospel Album, and scripted "Changed," which won for Best Gospel Music Video. Her musical contributions are aired on radio and television in the U.S. and in 168 countries around the globe. Evie has been interviewed and showcased in numerous television, radio, and print media features and has been a featured writer in The Gospel Magazine.
I have 3 words for this book, WHAT THE HELL! I didn't understand the story at all. This book was so horrible that I stopped reading it. Save your money!Published on February 19, 2011 by Amazon Customer
This book was so good. I was able to listen to this book by audio, which made even more exciting to read. I believe an unsaved person can receive Christ after reading this book. Read morePublished on October 5, 2006 by L.Ballard
It took me a while to get into the book, all the way the chapter 20, and it does frustrate you with all constant repeats of everyones first and last name. Read morePublished on January 20, 2006 by E. Bailey
The proud mother of four teen-aged sons, Tracie Burlingame does everything she can to keep them safe in their rough Harlem neighborhood. Read morePublished on May 25, 2005 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Okay, I admit. I purchased this book on a whim. I saw it at the bookstore and thought, "Why not. I may be pleasantly surprised." Well, I was. Read morePublished on May 25, 2005 by Darlene Johnson