After Christina breaks the Fifth Commandment, strange things begin to happen – and take her away from home in Normal, Illinois. Now, she’s back and has to tell them the story within a story, but how can she make them believe? So she had made a mistake – but didn’t all teenagers do the same thing? The Fifth Commandment is a paranormal memoir entwined with a plot drenching with old-fashioned religious guilt, and short enough to finish in a single sitting – perhaps lounging by the pool or sitting in the garden. The novella follows Christina into a confessional and starts at what we would consider our weakest point. The point when we first admit our sin.
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Perhaps the miniature typewriter she received on her fourth birthday inspired Eve Gaal to spend her life writing poetry, stories and even books from a very early age. By age twelve she was sending poems to publishers and learning valuable, albeit painful lessons about rejection. Determined, her poems appeared in yearbooks, college newspapers and a small collection of journals. Creative necessity, forced her into the corporate world of newspapers, where she used her talent for writing clever advertising copy to influence unwary consumers into believing they needed new cars.