Eden's Apple by Pamela Blake

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"A father’s sexual transgression with his daughter negatively impacts the lives of four generations in this uneven moral study on the dire consequences of life’s mistakes and the need for redemption."
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Pre-war Bradford 1937. "Rose didn't feel like Rose any longer, but someone she now hated." Fragile and disgraced Rose stands pregnant with the forceful child of her own father, unable to rid herself of the unwanted soul that now develops within. The events that transpire around Rose will grow to define the very generations to follow as her past refuses to release her, clawing onto her like a demonic parasite determined to stay with its host. This is the story of children born into depravity, this is the story of love, understanding and self-sacrifice, this is the story of Rose.

 

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Published February 22, 2016 by Xlibris UK. 260 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Sep 05 2016

"A father’s sexual transgression with his daughter negatively impacts the lives of four generations in this uneven moral study on the dire consequences of life’s mistakes and the need for redemption."

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