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Watch the critically acclaimed Video Book Trailer at rebaponderweiss.com or click on Author Page (Reba Ponder Weiss Page ~ link in blue above).

Remember the name Reba Ponder Weiss. Hers is a truly fresh new voice, and this stunning debut reveals a world of authentic detail and familiar wit, full of Southern charm... Southern charm, that is, facing the end of the world. What follows is as explosive and spellbinding as any of the wildest movie adventures, not rollicking fun so much as a breathless race to survive.
- M. Chance

Get ready to be taken on a page-turning journey. It starts out with a ..."Come on in, y'all. We're gettin' ready for a weddin'." ... kind of beginning. Then the roller-coaster ride begins. If you enjoy a book that makes you nod your head, raise your eyebrows, and wonder about the bigger answers hiding inside the little lessons we all need to learn ... you are going to LOVE this book.
- S. Landrum

From the Author

Watch the critically acclaimed Video Book Trailer at rebaponderweiss.com or click on my Amazon's Author Page: Reba Ponder Weiss Page (link in blue above). For me, writing is not a solitary thing. This book was a team effort. It is shared by all the friends and family who helped me all along the way. Thank you to my editors, to my graphic designer, to the director who put together a fantastic Book Trailer. You can view it on my Author Page or my website. Happy Reading and don't forget to come back and leave a Review.

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  • File Size: 1343 KB
  • Print Length: 272 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Reba Ponder Weiss; 2 edition (June 27, 2012)
  • Publication Date: June 27, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B008FHF1TK
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #664,861 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Watch the award winning Video Book Trailer at www.rebaponderweiss.com or click on my Amazon's Reba Ponder Weiss Page (link in blue above). Reba Ponder Weiss was born and raised in Jones Chapel, a small farming community, outside of Cullman, Alabama. Later she moved to upstate New York, lived in the suburbs of Georgia, and enjoyed her home on the prairies of Wyoming. Currently, she lives and works on the east end of Long Island, but dreams of retiring one day with her husband, Joseph, and their children, to Fayetteville, Tennessee.

Reba draws her inspiration from her Southern roots and life long night terrors. Years of vivid nightmares are kept in a personal journal, full of hand written notes and sketches, detailing the hours in the night when her mind seems to take its own little road trip. this I know: Sarah's Confession and tells me so: The Last Witness are spine chilling, and sometimes disturbing, paranormal thrillers based on one of those journeys...which began when consciousness ended.

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jim on October 26, 2012
Format: Paperback
After reading this book, I went back and read some of the reviews again. I have to say I am a little confused. Either these readers did not read the entire story, had a darker agenda, or this book is not a part of their normal reading genre. Can I just point out one thing? If a person does not leave any biography information including where they live or care enough to add a picture of something...could be reviewing this book from the "look inside feature" and trying to hurt this author. I LOVED this book!
I agree this book has a lot of characters. The description tells you a bunch of families are coming together for a wedding. What did you expect--three characters? The author needed a lot of people for the story line and I think she does a good job of developing the ones who needed to be cultivated. If you can't get passed the characters maybe you need to read something below college level! Just keep reading. I promise it will be worth it.
Another reviewer said the book was "painstakingly slow". Glenda, I hate to point out the obvious but this IS a Southern Author writing about a Southern family in the Deep South! What did you expect? Maybe you need to cut back a little on the caffeine and change your choice of authors. I suggest staying away from books like "The Help" and "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn". They also bring you into the "slower Southern lifestyle" and I seriously doubt you would enjoy it.
Finally, a reviewer said the book needed grammatical and punctuation editing. Is this book absolutely perfect in every dot and tittle? NO. Is it a problem when reading the book? NO. I found a couple of punctuation errors, but no more than I find in any other book out there.
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By M. Chance on June 29, 2012
Format: Paperback
Remember the name Reba Ponder Weiss. Hers is a truly fresh new voice, and this stunning debut reveals a world of authentic detail and familiar wit,
full of Southern charm... Southern charm, that is, facing the end of the world. The stage is set for a traditional Southern wedding, with all the
tender affection and comic interludes you would find in any such gathering of a real family, but the proceedings are imbued with a gathering sense of
foreboding... And then the world as we know it endures a cataclysmic event, plunging this family into a harried race against extinction. What follows
is as explosive and spellbinding as any of the wildest movie adventures, not rollicking fun so much as a breathless race to survive. It becomes a
nightmare vision of the dark side of humanity, the side that might be brought out under the most extreme and adverse conditions. Conversely, the
beauty, character, and human dignity that remain under even such duress shine all the brighter... and Weiss unfolds a relentless, mesmerizing tale,
ultimately taking you on the survival ride of your life. This book is a stunning achievement by a first time writer, heralding not only a bold new
voice, but a bold new mash-up of genre.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By iheartChristianbooks on September 22, 2012
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This is not your typical, end-times thriller. The twists and turns in the plot always keep you thinking, and questioning just as much as the characters in the story do. It's sort of like Lost meets Left Behind meets The Twilight Zone. The ending leaves me pondering the collective fate of the characters, which drives me a little crazy, but that's what intriguing stories do. They stick with you long after you finish the book.

I can easily imagine this story as a film, and Weiss writes in such a way that engages the "theatre of the mind". For Christians, it is a reminder to always be sure that the person you're following is truly in line with the Lord, and to test all things with Scripture. If you're looking for a suspenseful story that also makes you think, this is it.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By EthanPonder on June 29, 2012
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This is a great summer read! I fell in love with all of the characters. It is like I can relate to everything on a personal basis. One of my all time favorite books.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on September 30, 2012
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I've been reading a lot lately. And I am so tired of vampire, vapid love story, evil villain, tried and true plot lines. This is none of those. This I Know is strange, but in a good way. It is disturbing and chilling and leaves you feeling a bit unfinished, which is not usually how I like a book to make me feel in the end, but it made me think. It drew me in (I read the book in a matter of hours) and while the writing feels a bit forced at times, the use of Sarah's narrative, the unusual storyline, and the individual characters kept me reading.

I still find myself wanting more closure and a bit more insight into some of the characters, but overall a great read. Just don't read alone on a dark rainy night.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Donna Underwood on July 15, 2012
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this I know: Sarah's Confession

Reba has a way of telling a tale that grips you from the first page. From the very beginning I was entangled in the dynamics of a simple southern family, with all their charm and quirkiness, during their preparations for a good old fashioned wedding of one of their own. Then I am caught up in this same family's fight for survival once the unimaginable happens throwing them all into a new life order. This is more than a simple summer read. There are multiple layers requiring the reader to uncover and think on each one as they are revealed like peeling the layers of an onion back to get to the substance and deep meaning of the story. The book was not what I first imagined it would be. It is much more, detailing human nature in the best and the worst of situations. I can't wait to get the rest of the story in another book from the author.
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