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Running from the Devil: A memoir of a boy possessed - cover

Running from the Devil: A memoir of a boy possessed

Charles Santino Steve Kissing

Publisher: Markosia Enterprises Ltd

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What’s the difference between being possessed by Satan and hallucinating that you’re possessed by Satan?  To an 11-year old boy who’s heard all about The Exorcist, nothing at all. Go to Hell and back with Steve Kissing in this autobiographical graphic novel that proves that real life is wilder than fiction.

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