Unborn Destiny: God's Will Denied

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Suddenly, milliseconds after Clarice heard Robert scream, an almost invisible form emerged from the center of Jessie's stomach. Clarice spoke to what appeared to be Robert's face, though its translucent nature made it impossible to make out the eyes, mouth, or nose ... "It is time to go to a better place."

Robert wasn't sure what to do. He looked at Clarice then back down upon the scene of his murder, which had become extremely bloody, as Dr. Diller and his nurse practitioner ...

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Overview

Suddenly, milliseconds after Clarice heard Robert scream, an almost invisible form emerged from the center of Jessie's stomach. Clarice spoke to what appeared to be Robert's face, though its translucent nature made it impossible to make out the eyes, mouth, or nose ... "It is time to go to a better place."

Robert wasn't sure what to do. He looked at Clarice then back down upon the scene of his murder, which had become extremely bloody, as Dr. Diller and his nurse practitioner extracted Robert's lifeless remains from Jessie's womb. For a moment Robert considered taking the hand, which was extended toward him by Clarice, as he extended his own toward hers. Then, without warning, he jerked it back. "I don't want to go," Robert barked.

With that, Robert and Clarice's adventure begins. Will Robert discover that it's better to be spared a mortal life than to be born an unplanned, unwanted child? Or will he want to live despite life's difficulties? The destiny of all mankind depends on his choice.

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What People Are Saying

Troy Newman
Kevin gives an interesting perspective on abortion in his fictional novel. Read it and be prepared to have your heart melt. (National Director of Operation Rescue)
Bobby Massey
Phenomenal. Once I started reading Unborn Destiny, I couldn't put it down.(Pastor, Valley Center Assembly of God)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595664467
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/28/2004
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.56 (d)

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  • Posted July 5, 2012

    I read the E-book version and I sat up all night reading as I ju

    I read the E-book version and I sat up all night reading as I just couldn't put it down. I just finished it about an hour ago and the Epilogue leads into another book called "Broken" that I'm despirately trying to locate as I hate being left hanging as the book did, as I want to know more...I'll keep trying to find a copy of the next book as I'm hooked! Love his writing style!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2005

    Emotional and Compelling

    I highly recommend this book. The author presents a compelling story of an unborn child who is given the opportunity to see how his life would have turned out if his mother would not have aborted him. This story addresses abortion and its effects from a unique and compelling perspective. I thoroughly enjoyed the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2005

    This should be a mandatory textbook in Sex Education Courses!

    Kids do too much too soon today, and the consequences impact everyone. Sex is no exception. This book offers a perspective that should be a mandatory lesson in pre-teen and teenager sex education classes. Having sex often leads to abortion, and kids should think about how it affects everyone, not just themselves. This book teaches this lesson very well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 17, 2004

    It's all about choices

    Interesting reading since it's written from the perspective of the unborn child and the heavenly angels. Realistic human characters and scenario. Sad story (have kleenex handy), but hopeful ending.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2004

    Hits the Mark Dead On...Must Read!

    A lot of books on abortion are preachy...this one is entertaining, readable, and grabs you as you get involved with the characters and the plot...draws you right along to the conclusion and makes a great point without shoving it down your throat! 2computerchicks give it 2 thumbs up!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 28, 2004

    It's a sad but compelling life!

    This book offers a very unique twist on an difficult topic: abortion. It follows the journey of an aborted child as he is shown what his life would've been like had his mom not aborted him. His life was difficult, so his 'angel' assumes he would rather skip life on Earth and go straight to Heaven. I'll save the child's conclusion for you to discover on your own. Suffice it to say, whether you are surprised depends on your personal beliefs on the topic. Although the book is pretty depressing, it is compelling reading and I couldn't put it down once I started--I just had to go to the next page. It's a very quick read and it leaves you wanting more. Unless I am mistaken, there will be a sequel and I can't wait to buy it.

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