Religion, Redemption, and Revolution in Joann Harris' The Beast

The Beast

Religion, Redemption, and Revolution in Joann Harris' The Beast

BALTIMORE, MD, UNITED STATES, May 16, 2017 / -- Can evil triumph over good?

In the book The Beast, readers will be treated with a spell-binding and continual conflict in a battle between good and evil.

The book opens with the Prince of Darkness who bouts to gain the souls of human race. While a small pocket of Christians finds the strength to resist them.

The Beast, will treat readers to a thrilling ride of suspense, mystery, and action as well as the desire to find answers if these few Godly men holding a revolution can outcast evil.

Harris writes a moving story of men ready to stand and defend, protect and guard their faith and mankind. Filled with interesting characters and non-stop adventure, this book portrays a Christian moral in a concealed way without making the reader feel preached to.

Joan Harris' The Beast is an interesting, intelligent novel that delves into the dark side, and the courageous feat of a human while showing that there is hope and possible redemption amidst the proliferation of evil.

About the Author:
Joann Harris was born in Durham, North Carolina and from an early age, she always wanted to write horror. What is it about horror that she finds so tantalizing? For one she finds terror a thrill a minute. Even when she was a teen she taunted her friends and relatives with stories about blood and gore, embellishing on the sordid details as they squirmed and cringed. Harris currently resides in Baltimore, Maryland.

Product details:
Paperback: 220 pages
Publisher: BookBlastPro Inc. (March 21, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 194685400X
ISBN-13: 978-1946854001
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches

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