The Realm Between Heaven and Hell (#1)

On earth, life for Dawn Chitoe had been cruel Although she was strong in her faith, her future looked grim She found her blessings to be painfully short and too few in between Until one day, a beautiful baby boy, Josiah, miraculously came into her world.Just when Dawn felt her troubles had vanished, she found herself the victim of a brutal murder With Josiah cradled inOn earth, life for Dawn Chitoe had been cruel Although she was strong in her faith, her future looked grim She found her blessings to be painfully short and too few in between Until one day, a beautiful baby boy, Josiah, miraculously came into her world.Just when Dawn felt her troubles had vanished, she found herself the victim of a brutal murder With Josiah cradled in her arms, she embarked on an adventure through the realm between Heaven and Hell Along the way she finds friends, love, and the truth about religion and faith.
The Realm Between Heaven and Hell On earth life for Dawn Chitoe had been cruel Although she was strong in her faith her future looked grim She found her blessings to be painfully short and too few in between Until one day a beautif

  • Title: The Realm Between Heaven and Hell (#1)
  • Author: J.S. Turner
  • ISBN: 9780982967614
  • Page: 263
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. I want to wish everyone happy reading! I hope that you enjoy my story as much I enjoyed writing it. Thank you for taking a chance on my work. All comments are greatly appreciated!

    2. I want say that upon receiving this book I didn't have a lot of hope that I would like it because I am not a fan of books about religion. When I decided to read it I looked at it as something new and different compared to my normal reads. Well I hate admitting that I am wrong and well here goes. I was wrong. Yes mark that on your calenders I admitted I was wrong. I loved this book. It was such an interesting and unique take on what happens when we die and the battle of Good vs Evil. The author d [...]

    3. Sometimes the concept behind a book is so good the writing and characters become secondary. Some of my favorite science fiction books fall into this category, such as Phillip Jose Farmer’s Riverworld and Larry Niven’s Ringworld. As a reader, this is magical, because no matter what happens in the story, you are still carried away by the world in which you find yourself. As a writer, well… I get jealous. Such is the case with J.S. Turner’s The Realm Between Heaven and Hell. Ms. Turner has [...]

    4. Dawn is the protagonist in this short but moving tale of fantasy. Abused and victimized by her husband Tucker she loses a baby. When she recovers a baby is left on her door which she takes responsibility for potentially healing from the depression of having lost the other. When Tucker gleans a hint that the child might be his from their phone conversation he sets off on a murderous rampage. Dawn and the baby Josiah transit into the realm between Heaven and Hell and the adventure begins with demo [...]

    5. : So this story could be suitable for people for ages 12 and up. Truthfully it could have a younger crowd if the could stand a little violence. The characters were easy enough to like and Dawn was only in denile for a little while. That itself made the book easier and more interesting to read. If she had just excepted that she was dead then it would have been little unbelievable. The take she took on angels, demons, and everything in between was. interesting. Twisting around who she made us beli [...]

    6. Tuner has certainly caught my attention. As an author myself I know how hard it can be to not only craft a fresh interesting plot, but to write it in such a way that it grips a reader from the Title page to the back cover insert. The Realm' delivers in a big way. Somewhere between the universes of fiction and moral philosophy this author drops you into the tale of a girl, the story of whom will keep you page-turningly engrossed. I don't want to give anything awayis is a great story and well writ [...]

    7. RivetingI was given a free copy to review and I am grateful. A very fun read. I can't wait for her next book! Religious Fantasy without being preachy, a hard combo to find.

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