SOUTH AFRICA (PRWEB) November 08, 2012
\Author Zelda Claassen offers unique entertainment and inspiration to the readers as she weaves a striking story in The Voice. Taking her readers to the life of one cruel capitalist to the dark world of drug deals, she will astonish them with a riveting twist and awe-inspiring turns—promising them with more thrills and life-lessons.
Kevin O’Connor is a selfish, ruthless business man involved in drug trafficking. His life in the dark world however, will soon drastically change when he is involved in a car accident. After the incident, he heard a voice informing him that he will receive a task list. The list has names of all the people to whom he did injustice in the past. He has to go back to all those people and seek forgiveness. He starts to trace all these people and discovers that he has become a person without a purpose in life that masked his mission in life—to be truthful to himself and God. Will he find absolution from the voice and live a peaceful, renewed life?
Combining the elements of dark fiction and spirituality, The Voice is thought-provoking book that will encourage personal reflection, spiritual assessment and positive transformation. Intriguing, gripping and undeniably insightful, this story of spiritual enlightenment and a quest for redemption is truly a must read.
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About the Author
Zelda Claassen is a professional nurse and risk coordinator by profession but always had writing on her bucket list. With her books, she wants to convey a message to the readers. She is passionate about life and also dedicated in delivering her part of positive influence in this sometimes cruel and dark world. She believes that if one has a dream, that the dream must inspire him or her to become the best that he or she can be . . . and never to give up until the goal is reached.
The Voice * by Zelda Claassen
Publication Date: October 15, 2012
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 153 pages; 978-1-4797-3134-3
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 153 pages; 978-1-4797-3135-0
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4797-3136-7
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