A wave of suicidal behavior has gripped the nation with no concern for race, gender, or age. Many think it's just a trend, but inspirational singer Candace Tremont knows better. Since witnessing the suicide of her husband five years prior, she's committed her life to fighting the spirit of depression. Unfortunately, suicidal thoughts and dreams also plague her mind, making the war more personal than anyone around her realizes.
Unfulfilled with periodic and low-paying gigs, Candace yearns for an opportunity to touch more lives. Her prayers are answered - or so it seems - when she is offered a temporary job at Ontario Correctional Facility, performing for suicidal female inmates. A surge of self-harming behaviors has put the facility at risk for shutdown, and Candace's music might be the staff's final hope of keeping their jobs. In addition to a substantial fee, Candace is given the assistance of the handsome Julius Barnes, one of the prison's psychologists, who believes her music can help reduce the lethal behaviors of the incarcerated population. However, Apollius, a fallen angel committed to destruction, has other ideas for the inmates, and won't give up his control over these women so easily. A supernatural battle of epic proportions has ignited in Upstate New York, and the consequences could be fatal. Are Candace's songs of faith powerful enough to save the lives of the inmates and keep the facility from closing down indefinitely? Or will her interference with Apollius's plan make her the next target?
©2016 A'ndrea J. Wilson (P)2016 A'ndrea J. Wilson
The songs that were sung throughout the book.
Appolyus- the demon who was leadinag the attack. There was good insight into demonic activity.
The end, when they were singing in the parking lot of the prison.
The main character- she was easy to relate to and her ministry was simple but impactful
Hopefully the author will come out with more books in this series.
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