Ruah the Immortal

Ruah the Immortal
Tovah (Ruah), a young first century Hebrew woman whose misguided affection, for the holiest of men, inadvertently grants her immortality. She embarks upon a dangerous journey throughout ancient Israel in search of her dishonored sister Avigáyil, who is captivated by the unholiest of men, only to di...
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Tovah (Ruah), a young first century Hebrew woman whose misguided affection, for the holiest of men, inadvertently grants her immortality. She embarks upon a dangerous journey throughout ancient Israel in search of her dishonored sister Avigáyil, who is captivated by the unholiest of men, only to discover that immortality is not exclusive. Where there is light, there must be darkness. Death is never the end. Ruah the Immortal is a story of love, betrayal, and preternatural power penetrating one to the very soul. It is a tale of two sisters who wiggle through never-ending obstacles, wrestle with the sacred and the profane, and ultimately face death in hopes of finding life.

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Genre: Fantasy (Classic)
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Publisher: Viori Publishing
Publication Year: 2016
ASIN: 0991343220
ISBN: 0991343220
List Price: $14.99
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About the Author
Violette L Meier

Violette Meier is a mother, writer, painter, poet, and native of Atlanta, Georgia, who earned her B.A. in English at Clark Atlanta University and a Masters of Divinity at Interdenominational Theological Center. Her books include: The First Chronicle of Zayashariya: Out of Night, Angel Crush, Son of the Rock, Tales of a Numinous Nature: A Short Story Collection, Violette Ardor: A Volume of Poetry, This Sickness We Call Love: Poems of Love, Lust, and Lamentation, Ruah the Immortal, and Loving and Living Life are now available.

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