Three Fifty-Seven A. M.: Timing Is Everything

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In Heaven Bound we meet Andrea, the mother of Andrew Turner. After her death, Andrea Turner journals her final words to her son, telling him of her discovery that she is Nephilim (half-human and half angel). The story goes back to when Andrea meets several college friends who are helping her find her personal spiritual path. When she stumbles on the fact that she has supernatural powers, her reason for being at the college becomes all but coincidental as she learns she is a part of a diabolical plan to become the...

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Overview

In Heaven Bound we meet Andrea, the mother of Andrew Turner. After her death, Andrea Turner journals her final words to her son, telling him of her discovery that she is Nephilim (half-human and half angel). The story goes back to when Andrea meets several college friends who are helping her find her personal spiritual path. When she stumbles on the fact that she has supernatural powers, her reason for being at the college becomes all but coincidental as she learns she is a part of a diabolical plan to become the mother of a new age devised by a fallen angel and her true father, Dony EL. Andrea must decide whether she will use her powers for God, or if she will she give up her very soul to gain the world.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781601629906
  • Publisher: Urban Books
  • Publication date: 5/1/2009
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 300
  • Sales rank: 1,403,974
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.70 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Posted January 11, 2011

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    Gripping Story, Sad Ending

    Essie Mae Richardson is an elderly woman who walks the path of God's wisdom. She lost her husband many years ago and has no desire to marry another man, so she lives alone. She doesn't leave her comfortable home much except to sit outside on her front porch or to go to church. Angel Stephens is the granddaughter of one of Essie's friends who passed away some time ago. Angel and her husband, Colin, are expecting their first child. Elaine Demps passes by Miss Essie's house most days during her morning run. She and her husband, Mason, are having problems that could end their marriage in divorce. Jennifer Mays is a single parent who just doesn't understand why her teenage son, Jerrod, is so disrespectful toward her and acting out. Jerrod makes bad decisions - choices that aren't in his heart to make - because he's hurting. He gets caught up with the wrong people, trying to be accepted. Seems God has put all of these people on Miss Essie's heart. At the appropriate times, she invites each of them into her life. She allows the Lord to use her in ways that helps her neighbors to deal with their problems and insecurities, start making better choices and draw closer to Him. What a blessing it would be to one day meet an elderly woman like Miss Essie Mae Richardson. She's a prayer warrior with Godly wisdom. She reads her Bible everyday and has a way of getting important messages across to those who need a Word from God without being preachy. It was interesting reading about her and all the things that were going on with the other characters. I was most interested in the teenage life of Jerrod Mays and Elaine and Mason's marriage. This was a good read; the story was gripping. I kinda thought it was going to end the way it did, which was disappointing because while it was touching it was also sad.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2008

    Great Inspirational Read!

    I really enjoyed this book! Each of the main characters are faced with their own problems that they are working to solve. The way the author weaves these neighborhood characters together is extrememly creative. The characters draw you in to their story, and make you want to read more. This book reminds you that God's timing is best. It's an exciting, inspirational story that will keep you turning the pages.

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