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Sanguis Dei
     

Sanguis Dei

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by Kristie Kiessling
 

Yodhi's blood is special. The doctors say his blood could change the face of modern medicine. All his parents want to do is take their baby home.

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Yodhi's blood is special. The doctors say his blood could change the face of modern medicine. All his parents want to do is take their baby home.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011465970
Publisher:
Kristie Kiessling
Publication date:
08/10/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
123 KB

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Meet the Author

I was born in Collingswood, NJ. I grew up in a large family of creative people. My mother thought I was a wonderful child because I would look at picture books quietly in the living room for hours. I was 'reading' even before I could read, memorizing stories I loved.


I've always wanted to tell stories. While my brothers were learning to play Chess (which I also learned well) I would use the taken pieces to tell epic tales on the sidelines. I wanted to be a writer who illustrated her own books even when I was in kindergarten. I've written poems, plays, songs (words and music) and told all manner of stories to my kids.


With my three children old enough to pursue their own dreams, I'm diving deeper into 'serious' writing again. I've got my directions for the journey, why don't you come with me? I'll even pay for the gas...

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Sanguis Dei 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For me, a student of the Bible and an avid reader of Christian novels, this was a bit too shallow and free with changing details, but it will have a message for some seekers that makes it worthwhile.
R_Lythgoe More than 1 year ago
I read this story in its original (much shorter) version when the author wrote it in response to a challenge for a writer's group. I liked it a lot then, but I have to say that it has 'grown up' nicely! Good descriptions, plenty of tension and a meaningful conclusion make this allegory a compelling read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago