The critically acclaimed author of Unpretty, Sharon Carter Rogers pens Drift, a superb paranormal suspense novel about two lost souls. One is the adopted daughter of a Mafia enforcer. The other is a Drifter, a being so disconnected from time and substance that he exists only to be tethered to someone—anyone more real than himself.
As 20-year-old Baby Doll stands at the graveside service of her controlling father-figure, her life begins to change when one who’s neither angel nor demon draws near to whisper words of hopeful desperation: “Do you see me?”
©2010 Sharon Carter Rogers Enterprises (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC
"Christian allegory, meet DC Comics. Hooray for this imaginative novel from an evangelical Christian publisher that is over the edge and most definitely outside the box....Throw in some Latin (Baby Doll is a college student) and epigraphs from a fictitious classical philosopher named Solace the Lesser; the result is a dark, engrossing, cinematic story." (Publishers Weekly)
The Drifter sitting by the gravesite of his tetter.
Yes I did. It made me think. There were times I laughed; but I was more engrossed in figuring out what he was. I loved, loved, loved this book.
The book was an awesome experience. More than religous--
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