Behind the Spiritual Lines by R. J. Ellis
Curse of the Gifted Child (Volume 1)

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Ellis takes readers into a supernatural realm, similar to limbo, where good and evil fight for control. Cliff, a 16-year-old boy, has been chosen by warrior angels to carry out a mission—save his possessed sister and conquer evil. Demons possess him in the process, and Cliff, an angel in human form, soon lands in an asylum, desperately searching for a grip on reality. This book is a story about good and evil and, through Cliff’s journey, delves into what happens behind spiritual lines—what happens in everyday life that isn’t visible to the human eye. Vivid descriptions of heaven, the Garden of Eden and angels provide insight into what “the other side” actually looks like. These battles not only well illustrate what happens in a heavenly battle, but they also symbolize the binary decision-making process between right and wrong, often represented by a demon on one shoulder and angel on the other. --Kirkus Review

About R. J. Ellis

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R. J. Ellis was born in Mesquite, Texas. He has been included in the Stephen F. Austin Pen and Pigment for Poetry and Fiction projects. He has published a collection of poetry for the undergraduate magazine HUMID. Furthermore, R. J. Ellis was the Nonfiction Editor for HUMID in his final year at SFA. R. J. completed the BFA in creative writing.
Published March 9, 2012 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 264 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Angels, demons and the supernatural collide in Ellis' first book.

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