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He's My Son

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As parents we would do everything for our children. Move heaven and earth to save them from harm.

What if you found out someone wanted to hurt your child?

What would you do?

How far would you?
Published August 11th 2011
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Raven Starr writes an engaging story of damnation and redemption. He’s My Son is a beautiful story of the potential for anyone to become the one chosen for a special journey. The author provides a varied picture of Kassie throughout her life and the sacrifices she makes despite her loss of faith. He’s my son is an outstandingly choreographed story that leaves the reader with a different view of faith and the state of one's soul.

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Oct 30, 2011 rated it it was ok
I though this read was on paranormal lines not religion i feel like this read was interracial version of the omen. then again maybe it me.
Sep 29, 2011 rated it it was ok
A very short read that lacked background information. It never formed a cohesive tale with too many dangling plots. I usually like this author's writing, but this story fell way short!
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Born in rural Tennessee Raven Starr has been writing since she could hold a pencil. This ex-model for M.A.A.I.D.S (Model Against AIDS) starting focusing on writing poetry, she honed her skills to include two plays, “The Wrong Choice” and “Running Scared but Free” The Wrong Choice showed twice in New London, Connecticut earning Ms. Starr an appointed seat as the first African-American teenager on t ...more
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