Eden Fading

This story opens in 1961, and right away the reader discovers that peace and violence, beauty and evil, can co exist in the same place, casting a contradiction into every story Mike appears to be a sweet and innocent three year old boy, but is actually an enigma no one can decipher At the core of his soul lurks an evil, bent on the destruction of his brother Jerry As thThis story opens in 1961, and right away the reader discovers that peace and violence, beauty and evil, can co exist in the same place, casting a contradiction into every story Mike appears to be a sweet and innocent three year old boy, but is actually an enigma no one can decipher At the core of his soul lurks an evil, bent on the destruction of his brother Jerry As the book begins, the family is beset with one catastrophe after another, which threatens to destroy them from within.Danny is at the center of all of this chaos, and as we follow him through the years, his inner battle between good and evil, is played out in unimaginable ways Follow the family through those years of tribulation, as their steadfast belief in God, and hope for a better future keeps them going, and makes them a pillar of strength But is there hope for Mike
Eden Fading This story opens in and right away the reader discovers that peace and violence beauty and evil can co exist in the same place casting a contradiction into every story Mike appears to be a sw

  • Title: Eden Fading
  • Author: MichaelBarnett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Eden Fading”

    1. Michael Barnett is an author who will draw you into the story from the very first page and keeps the action flowing. While it may seem strange that such young children can get into so much trouble, the plot to Eden Fading is realistic when taken in context with the belief of good versus evil and the way those forces can affect people of all ages. The main characters are well-developed and the reader gets a look into their minds to see what drives them through the action of the story. The plot is [...]

    2. A bone chilling look into the writhing twisted mind of sociopathic killer and that's not the scary part. The sociopath is only three years old.On a lighter note the father is a wife abuser.I must apologize to the Mr. Barnett because he has written so well I couldn't finish the book. This, I'm afraid is not my preferred genre. Having said that though, for those with the intestinal fortitude the story is told interestingly in the third person and the observations are well written.

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