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The Haunting of Andrew Sharpai - Jerome Peterson


Synopsis:
The Haunting of Andrew Sharpai will haunt you long after you turn the last page. Slowly brewing in this mystical thriller are paranormal surprises, odd behavior, and romantic affairs.
Not everything is as it seems for Andrew Sharpai. As a wanderer searching for love, Andrew travels throughout the Western United States looking for the right woman to end his journeying.
In his quest, he finds rejection and haunting memories that only serve to spur him on. He meets a dancer named LaRae. She tells him that Mary Magdalene thought Jesus was a gardener. This strange revelation leaves Andrew with the knowledge that everything is not as it seems.
After separating from LaRae, Andrew settles down in a small eastern Idaho town. There he meets an enchantress named Iris, who will also change his life. Previously, Iris’s evil ex-husband placed a curse on her, which also traps Andrew in the spell.
This unusual adventure will have you cheering for Andrew in his quest for true love, because what is more important than that?


©2010


My Opinion:
I'm so glad I finally read this beautiful told story. I hate to admit, in the beginning I wasn't sure where it was going to go, but it came together profoundly. I am quite impressed with the author's way of telling a story, where I felt myself asking those questions that were asked. There was a beautiful moral to the story that should be learned more of, and this was a great way of doing it. Love each other on the inside. The outside is not who we are, it's a shell of a masterpiece. That's what I took from it. Beautiful, right?!
I'm surely adding to my recommendation list!

4/5


~I received a copy from the author. I was not compensated for my opinion.~

Comments

  1. Oh, that's a wonderful moral and so true! I must say the cover caught my eye as well...interesting choice. Thanks for sharing...and happy reading!

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  2. Sounds good. The cover is definitely compelling.

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  3. This is why I love my fellow book bloggers! The blurb would never have been enough to interest me in this one, however, your review makes me want to know more! Heading over to Good Reads now to see what's what!

    Julie @ Knitting and Sundries

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  4. The cover on this one really caught my attention. The synoposis makes it sound okay but your review did the trick. I will check this one out.

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  5. I'm glad you enjoyed the book. I thought it was extremely well written, it just wasn't necessarily my cup of tea, but I would recommend it to others.

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