Nature Vs. Nurture review by morganlee
Nature Vs. Nurture
Age Range - Adult
Genre - Paranormal

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Age at time of review - 32
Reviewer's Location - Chicago, Illinois, United States
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There are numerous fiction and nonfiction stories written about the battle between heaven and hell. Glyn Williams’ Nature vs. Nurture can be added to this list. This eight-chapter fictional book delves into the war against heaven and hell. Emily and Robert Kane’s life is forever changed when Emily encounters a man at her front door with a proposition: agree to have his child, and all of her and her husband’s financial and personal troubles will vanish. What transpires is an internal conflict with self, family, and a warfare between the Almighty and His fallen angel Lucifer to determine whether good or evil will prevail.

Opinion: 

This fictional tale is an easy read. It’s action-packed and sure to captivate readers who are fans of paranormal fiction. I would have liked the author to include more descriptive scenes of Chicago, especially if deciding to use the city as a focal point. There were also a few grammatical errors within the story, as well as times where the text was capitalized, which I feel could’ve been done differently to get the point across. I did, however, appreciate the author’s use of imagery and religious references.

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - mature content

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Nature vs. Nurture has some profanity and is categorized as a mature book for adults. There are some religious references as well.
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