The Haunting of Andrew Sharpai explores various themes and offers valuable takeaways, including the mysteries of God using good and evil for His divine purpose. It has gathered approving nods from book critics and readers, making it a fascinating read.
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“A troubled man grapples with love, grief, and redemption in the supernatural novel The Haunting of Andrew Sharpai. Foreword Clarion Reviews
Fans of contemporary fiction will be delighted to read The Haunting of Andrew Sharpai by Jerome Peterson. The supernatural thriller book is brimming with romance and eerie, spine-tingling events that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. It has gathered approving nods from book critics and readers, making it a fascinating read.
Jerome Petersons book follows an unlikely character, Andrew Sharpai, who embarked on a quest for love but was haunted by rejection until he met LaRae DuFont, a famous show dancer in Las Vegas. LaRae shared with Andrew the story of Mary Magdalene mistaking Jesus for a gardener, teaching him that things are not always as they seem. Their love was instant and intense, but a tragic event led Andrew to Idaho, where he met Iris Winkle, a notorious witch, her daughter Lily, and their enchanted raven, Elijah Corbeau.
Iris ex-husband, a cruel Satanist witch, has cast a wicked spell on Iris and Lily. The books plot thickens as the three victims battle with the hauntings as they see the spirit of things unfold before them, all while wondering if it is enough to save them from the evil spell.
Along with its exciting thrill and horror, the book seamlessly reminds its readers that falling in love is spellbinding and that staying in love is divine. Its relatable characters solidify its plot. A troubled man grapples with love, grief, and redemption in the supernatural novel The Haunting of Andrew Sharpai, Foreword Clarion Reviews noted.
BlueInk Review praised its author. Peterson is a skilled novelist, and the characters are believable and believably scary . . . and the author is equally talented at dialogue, which drives the story and the action the book is a page-turning read hopeful and satisfying, the review-giving body stated.
Additionally, the book was well-received by Kirkus Review, highlighting its potential to become a cult classic. The novels combination of quotidian, real-world concerns and supernatural elements lurking just beneath the surface of everyday settings will remind readers of the novels of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, and Peterson shares some of those authors skill for creating atmosphere and evocative settings, Kirkus Review stated.
Jerome Petersons The Haunting of Andrew Sharpai: Revised Edition explores various themes and offers valuable takeaways, including the mysteries of God using good and evil for His divine purpose. The book is captivating for anyone, whether a fan of classic books, modern bestsellers, or award-winning novels. Interested readers may grab a copy of the book on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and ReadersMagnet Bookstore.
The Haunting of Andrew Sharpai: Revised Edition
Author | Jerome Peterson
Genre | Paranormal/Romance
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Published date | April 26, 2023
Jerome Peterson was born in Rockford, Illinois. While listening to music in high school, he began writing poetry. From there, he added songwriting, short stories, articles, and novels. Jerome also likes to sketch. He is the author of Leaving Family Behind, Thumb Flagging, and The Mind is Sorry The Body Suffers. Jerome has been married for forty-three years. He has two daughters, five grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Jerome lives with his wife, Carolyn, and their dog, Freddie, in Sparks, Nevada.
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