A Woman Named Jacchi

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 6, 2013 - Biography & Autobiography - 131 pages
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Extraordinary, shivering account that catapults the reader from past, present to future of unbelievably fascinating truth, and not much fiction told in a haunting tale of "Jacchi". She is a transparent entity that belongs to God, creating an indelible imprint on the importance of this to readers.


She weaves a tale of love, hate, envy and murderous attempts to stamp out the bloodlines and incinerate the spirit of the beautiful ancestral line of one who only wanted to love and be loved.


"Jacchi" abounds of religion, mysticism, life after death, voodoo practice and the occult workings of those trapped into beliefs, and prejudices of long ago still felt today in our country. Spirits and souls of the departed circle the air of those entrapped in the ramblings of this novel.


Remarkably sensual and lusty, Jacchi teases all senses as tears, hate, cheers pierces the soul.


With life's purpose in question, closed minds and faint hearts be weary!


 

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Contents

Jacchi
1
Jacchis Diary
29
Jacchis Beginnings
31
A Glorious Day to Wed
55
Twist of Fate
57
Serenity Claire
63
Suddenly and Solemnly
65
Gallery
69
Poems and Short Stories by Jacchi Machito
103
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