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This is a story about three people who come together in circumstances that could easily end in their becoming enemies for life. Instead they learn about Jesus and become friends. The demons that would have held them captive are dispatched through prayer that empowers angels to turn our heroes’ lives in a whole new direction.Later, circumstances bring them together to make a stand against evil. This is a book about the ever raging battle between good and evil that happens not only in the world we all see, but in the supernatural realm where it began the day Satan tempted Eve and Eve convinced Adam to defy God.Our heroes take on what is surely the worst type of evil on our planet. It has been confronting for me to write about it. But, as Christians, we cannot just ignore the things we don’t want to know about. When we hear about these things we need to make a stand.In this book I have described a process where people become involved in child pornography and child exploitation. I have no idea if this is anywhere near what really happens. I suspect not. But unlike one of our heroes, I have no intention of getting anywhere near that type of research. So I made up a plausible story.This is a novel. It is a piece of fiction. I make no claim whatsoever to know what goes on in the world of angels and demons. I know they exist because the Bible tells me so. The rest I made up. I have no knowledge, either of what goes on in the world of child exploitation apart from what I see in the media. Again, I know it exists. The rest I made up.I did research some articles on the hurt and damage that children suffer at the hands of people who call themselves men but have no right to do so. My heart bled as I read about a girl who escaped the horror at age ten after three years in a Cambodian brothel. It doesn’t bear thinking about.