The Girl in Red

The Girl in Red

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There is more value in a story than one can really understand before they hear it. Having only even known the feeling of fear there has been one thing that Rachel has held on to in the darkest of nights; the hope of finding someone that was once lost to her. Following the same rocky path that her brother took before her she flees her fate and runs to the city that promises answers to the questions she is yet to be sure of. It is only when she walks in the footsteps of her brother that she realizes there is more to life than the bleak existence she had known for twenty one years. Through the dying storm she finds what she least expected and uncovers a story that would stay with her for a more

Product details

  • Paperback | 116 pages
  • 129 x 198 x 6mm | 122g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514745046
  • 9781514745045

About Nathaniel Eastwood

Nathaniel Eastwood was born and raised in the Northwest region of Oregon in the United States. He is the youngest of two brothers and one sister. Nathaniel's father died shortly after his fifth birthday and his mother being a godly woman decided to point each child to God as an all sufficient male role model. Nathaniel clung to God as his mother led him to and found an abundance of love and guidance through his relationship with Jesus. As a result Nathaniel chose to follow godly principles in his relationship with women and found his wife Andrea in the college he was attending. After marrying they went into youth ministry for the next five years before starting a family. Nathaniel and Andrea had two daughters three years apart from each other and raised them both in a godly home where the rule of the relationship was to love one another without exception and conditions. Nathaniel chose writing as a means to express his faith in God. He then focused his efforts on Christian fiction to relate a message to an audience he hoped and prayed would be enriched by the more

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