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The Endless Hour: The True Story of a Haunted Soul

by Jesse Battle

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This was a very intense, clearly written, book to read. This books takes you through the life of a tormented spirit, by the name of Jessee Battles. He takes you down a winding path of what he sees and hears. I believe you have to have an open mind and heart when you read this book. It will certainly get your attention. I would recommend this book for reading. ( )
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An artist unknowingly creates a drawing that involves him in a spiritual death experience. Eighteen years in the making, The Endless Hour is an intense, emotionally wrenching true story about the struggles of an unusual, adventurous boy named Jesse in search of himself and truth. At a young age he is gifted with a creative imagination and drawing ability. In 1988, as an adult, Jesse completes an illustration that becomes reality two years later, an event that was destined yet unforeseen. This touching and terrifying true story is not only about him. It's also about...you. "If you like heartfelt true stories about faith and redemption, you'll love The Endless Hour. It's one of those books that is much more than the sum of its parts. You'll find yourself thinking about it long after you've read the last page. You may even feel compelled to look beneath the surface of your own life and reassess what's important and what isn't. Yes, it's that kind of book." -William Greenleaf

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