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The Ghost of Kingdom Come

The Ghost of Kingdom Come by Rev. Gerald T. Brennan
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The Ghost of Kingdom Come is a thought-provoking and suspenseful novel that delves into themes of forgiveness, redemption, and the power of faith. Rev. Gerald T. Brennan's storytelling is captivating, drawing the reader in from the very first page and keeping them engaged until the very end.

The characters are well-developed and relatable, each grappling with their own inner struggles and haunted by their past mistakes. As the ghost of Kingdom Come begins to make its presence known, tensions rise and secrets are slowly unearthed, leading to a gripping and unexpected conclusion.

Brennan's prose is both poetic and evocative, painting a vivid picture of the rural Ohio setting and the eerie atmosphere that surrounds the haunted house. The pacing is perfect, with just the right amount of suspense and mystery to keep the reader guessing.

Overall, The Ghost of Kingdom Come is a beautifully written and emotionally resonant novel that will leave readers pondering its themes long after they have finished reading. Highly recommended for fans of ghost stories, Christian fiction, and literary fiction alike.

Book Description:
A word about ghosts.

Do you believe in Ghosts? Are you afraid of Ghosts? Ghosts are truly real. St. Joseph, St. Peter, St. Bridget are real ghosts. This little book is written with the hope that the boys and girls who read it, will someday become “Ghosts of Kingdom Come”! ~ Father Gerald

Considered one of the “Angel Food” series of books, this volume is a series of delightful stories for children – each with a moral – woven inside the story of a ghostly visitor, to a priest visiting an old castle. (Summary from the introduction and by Maria Therese)


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