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When Darkness Calls

by Christina Engela

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Category : Fiction

ISBN No :9781678112363

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Irritation – the feeling brought about when discussing supernatural events with small-minded people who cannot think past mental blocks rolled in the way by their religious beliefs and the assumption that people who perceive paranormal phenomena are "satanists" – or that possessing such skills is a manifestation of "evil" or an "obsession" with it. In retelling this tale to others – even friends, I have run into a wall of denial from overly religious people who clearly demonstrate an inability to accept truths which differ from their children's fairytale version of the world, and – this I find hard to believe – insist that such things (if true at all) are entirely the fault of the victims!

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Christina Engela

Christina Engela is one of South Africa's most unique and skilled storytellers, having written 13 novels in three science fiction series, and also several non-fiction titles. Best known for her realistic characterization and for casting fully-fleshed-out LGBT characters in leading roles, Christina brings her wealth of personal experience to each of her stories. With several new offerings already in the pipeline, including several standalone titles, 2020 is bound to be a busy year for her fans! You can find out more on christinaengela.com.

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