A Christian Novel by Terry Modica
Description: A full-length Christian novel about a frightened, desperate mother’s discovery of the supernatural power of Christ’s love.
Victor is fun but scary fictional adventure tale about a young mother escaping from a lifetime of abuse and the devil-worshiping coven that wants to use her sons to uncover the identity of the Anti-Christ. Watch her conversion to Christ and her process of learning what real love is as she tries to rescue her sons. This novel is a spiritual thriller that will affirm your faith in Christ’s victorious power.
“I just finished reading the novel, Victor, by Terry Modica. It was one of those books that you can’t put down. The whole story was fashioned in such a way that I had to know when God was going to rescue these people.” (Cindy)
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“On reading this novel, the first thing that came to my mind was that in moments of despair all hope is not lost. God who is Love conquers all. Especially in this time and age I believe one of the most abused words is love since it’s concept is mostly taught and perceived according to the world’s view and many fall prey to this no matter their background. Through this novel it takes the reader in a journey of dicsovering the saving power of Christ as that’s what I experienced and I pray that each person who will read this novel be filled with Christ’s unending Love.” (Erica)
“Your novel was a riveting read as it was fast-paced and thrilling. It kept me wanting to finish it once I started. Your novel was well-written and dealt with topics such as satanism, guardian angels, demons, and spiritual warfare — topics which are not often openly discussed in homilies/sermons, especially within Catholic circles where I reside. The last novel that I recall written on these topics was Frank Peretti’s “This Present Darkness” and that was written some time back. Thank you once again for reminding me that we do not struggle against enemies of blood and flesh but against spiritual forces of evil (Eph 6:12), and that we are pray without ceasing (1 Thes 5:16).” (Basil)
I enjoyed reading it; it grips you from start to finish & I often did not want to put it down.
For me it was an eye opener to the world of occult & witchcraft & an indication of what it can do to a person & their family once into its grip. With you having gone through it yourself, you have put those realities into the book for people like me who did not know that what you describe therein is a reality.
My daughter has not read it, but was mentioning a few days ago: “Mum, we don’t realise that there are people within the Catholic Church dabbling in occult & similar practices.”
But it was also heartening to read that faith & commitment to Jesus can cut across all negative & demonic forces if we accept Jesus into our lives. What comes across is also the need to make a conscious choice & that God always gives us opportunities to make a choice for him.