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In the Garden of Souls

Novel writing can be a noble pursuit, but only if you produce stories that light the world on fire with truth. I like to write stories filled with mysticism and moral direction, taking my readers on a wild ride toward that truth. I don't believe in stories that only deliver thrills or titillation. They're like empty calories. You get a sugar high then crash, and you've learned nothing. Life is too short to waste your time on an empty read.

Review of The Truth and Nothing but Lies by Cheri Vause

Reviewer April Sage:

Even better than her first novel. The plot is often gripping, even including a classic chase scene. But the thing I enjoy most about her books is the characters. Cheri Vause writes distinct and engaging characters who are struggling to find their way in a troubled world making them quite sympathetic. The beginning chapters introduce what feels like a multitude of characters, making it a little difficult to know who the protagonist is. But once we are able to identify our hero, the narrative keeps us turning pages.

If you like action, you'll enjoy this book. If you like innocent romance (no sexually explicit scenes), this book will satisfy. Cheri Vause gives you both of these and more. This is a thought provoking book, giving insight into the consequences of modern society's misuse of moral liberties, and the slippery slope that begins with one bad choice.

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