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Visions of Truth epub

by Pamela Skaggs


Visions of Truth epub

ISBN: 1413718329

ISBN13: 978-1413718324

Author: Pamela Skaggs

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: PublishAmerica (January 19, 2004)

Pages: 223 pages

ePUB book: 1591 kb

FB2 book: 1604 kb

Rating: 4.9

Votes: 258

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Visions of Truth is a powerful new entry into the market of womens fiction. This novel offers insight into the atrocities that breed in some cultures against women, while weaving a compelling story line that transports the reader to an unforeseen ending. Ashley DuPre, a foreign news correspondent, is driven to unveil the facts. Capturing the world at the end of her pen was not what Richard had planned for his only child, terrified shell witness his past. Turning away from her father, Ashley becomes a voice of hope for those silenced by fear. Laced among the intrigue is a journey of commitment, courage, and the healing power of lovethe love of a man for a woman, but also the enduring love of a father. Fast-paced and heartwarming, this book will touch all facets of your emotions as it presents the question: Does the truth really set you free?
This is Pamela's third novel I've read, and I just have to say, WOW!!! Each novel has gotten better and better!!! I'm really not a 'reader' per say, until I read Pamela's books, and then I find I CANNOT put them down. I get so into the character's lives, I feel as I really know them...it's like watching a movie that I'm in along with the characters. In each book I have been so involved, that if a character is hurt or dies, I find myself crying, hurting for that person, and feeling a lose if one dies. I also love the way Pamela's books are always so full of love, and written with such class. Her books prove that there is NO NEED for filth in books!!! At the end of the books, I'm sad because I want to know what's going on in these character's lives...as if they're REAL people. I'm AGAIN looking forward to Pamela's next novel!!! Thank you Pamela, for sharing you, and your gift of writing with us...3!!! If there was a 10 star rating, I would have picked that instead of the 5!!!
This author has issued a wakeup call for all of us about the abuses and violations of women all over the world. She wraps your arms around each victim and touches your heart with the atrocities they have to endure at the hands of their oppressors.
The courage and perseverance of the heroine, Ashley DuPre, a foreign news correspondent brings new light to these issues for all of us. Ms. Skaggs weaves a story of intrigue, along with a beautiful love story. She is able to tell a story of passion, both for the cause of women's rights and love without a single curse word, which in today's genre is rare. I applaud her work.