Doug: The Despised Angel, from the author of (The Haunted Houses of Anderson)

Doug: The Despised Angel, from the author of (The Haunted Houses of Anderson)

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by Kevin Guest
     
 
He’s out there, working in the lives of those who will soon no longer be among us.Many will try to buy their way out, some will even beg, and a few will outright refuse, but in the end, he always wins.

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He’s out there, working in the lives of those who will soon no longer be among us.Many will try to buy their way out, some will even beg, and a few will outright refuse, but in the end, he always wins.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011418129
Publisher:
Kevin Guest
Publication date:
07/18/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,115,949
File size:
476 KB

Meet the Author

Kevin M. Guest was born July 15, 1977. His passion for story telling often led him to day dreaming during school. In his off time he would spend hours writing short stories. In October you can find him working the barbeque booth at Reindeer Manor. He resides in Arlington, TX, with his lovely wife Tammi and their son, Chris.

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Doug: The Despised Angel, from the author of (The Haunted Houses of Anderson) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am VERY surprised to be the first person writing a review of this very well-written story! "Doug: The Despised Angel" is an up-lifting - and cautionary - story about a cross-segment of people who are about to pass from this life to the next. And, while not a theologian, I saw nothing in its writing that is contradictory to my Faith. I am willing to bet that there have been times people have been visited, prior to their deaths. And who is to say that it was not an "angel of transformation" - possibly even "Doug." While I do not keep most of my Kindle books (once they have been read), this one will be an exception. This story is a good reminder that "from dust we came and to dust we shall return." And I think that the author very accurately captured how differently people will/do respond to the "final call."