Paradoxical I Angels & Apparitions

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What is possible in this world? A paradox is a proposition that seems contradictory, nonetheless, expresses the possibility of truth. Angels are messengers of God's will, sent to guide and protect us. Apparitions are unexplained appearances, ghosts, entities, or demons. "For in the lived truth of spiritualism and mysticism there is the fear of everything above, beneath, beyond and within! More

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About Victoria Roberts Siczak

Always a storyteller, my family now claims my fabrications are character traits of the weird and unusual! I grew up on the shores of the Oneida River in upstate NY and spent a lot of free time fishing, boating and swimming. I always loved science-fiction and fantasy and read books by authors Jules Verne, Tolkien, Stephen King, etc. My father was an avid reader and always bought a book for Christmas and my birthday. Mystery suspense, paranormal dimensional time travel, mythical creatures and mystical events are thoughts released from my weird little worlds in my mind into books. Presently I am writing a collection of short stories entitled "Murmurs of Madness”,tales which involve visions, voices, and visits from alternate domains and beings.

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Review by: William O'Brien on March 01, 2015 :
An angelic and mystical 5*****

Paradoxical I: Angels & Apparitions
by Victoria Roberts Siczak

An amazing story incorporating the mysterious realm of angels and spiritual apparitions.

Regardless, of if you are looking for a fictional read or have a deeper seeking of the outer dimensions - this one will greatly appeal to readers of the genres. The book contains a belief to acknowledge other worldly beings and entities which has been penned into a superb story.

As a believer in angels and spirits - I highly recommend this as a stimulating read for the mind and the soul.

An angelic and mystical 5*****
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