The Man Who Cursed The Rain

It is a story about love, betrayal, and the power of forgiving even the unforgivable.
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Book Description:

The Man Who Cursed The Rain is based on the true story of a young woman and the obstacles she must overcome beginning with her birth into poverty, and the physical and emotional abuse she experiences as a child. The story culminates with her triumph over her husband who is cruel, and who almost takes her life.  The Man Who Cursed The Rain  is about hope in the face of almost insurmountable odds.  It is a story about love, betrayal, and the power of forgiving even the unforgivable.
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This book was well written, with a story so captivating that I literally could not put it down. Emotional and thought provoking, this descriptive and detailed story of a young boy's traumatic childhood will cause you to question your own perception of and committment to love, hate, family, loyalty, endurance and basic survival. The author's artistic writing style allows the reader to create vivid images of the harsh reality he suffered at the hands of witnessing domestic abuse and violence in the home. The triumph of Emmie serves as an inspirational reminder of the the power and potential of the human spirit. The author has done an outstanding job of relaying his personal story of pain and turmoil, into a very powerful literary work. Well done!

-- Rnc

What I admire the most about the Author was his honesty, and the raw emotion that this novel evoked. I felt as though he opened the windows to his soul in his writing, the story was compelling and gave the introspection of a boy growing up dealing with the harsh visuals of domestic violence and how he dealt with these emotions and the animosity he felt for his own father and how his feelings manifested itself throughout adolescence and adulthood.

-- Gershon Patterson

About the Author ▸ Jeremy Kalen

The author lives in Maryland with his family and has spent a good part of his life writing short stories and poetry. “The Man Who Cursed the Rain” is based on a true story.
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