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Now that you have picked up this book, are you prepared to enter the world that lies ahead?
Understand that this world has been around us, almost since the beginning of time. There are angels that are constantly fighting for you, and demons that are fighting against you. The battle is always raging for your very soul!

The children of the orphanage unknowingly enter into this spirit-filled world when they move into the old manor house. William, Henrietta, Katherine, Markus, Abigail, and Mary Beth were surprised when the angels assigned to them made their first appearance. Kenneth and Raymond encountered demons in the forbidden basement. All is not what it seems in the manor house! The angels are fiercely fighting for the children while the demons are raging against them at every turn.

The angels inform the children they will be leaving the manor house soon for an unknown destination.

Pastor Finley and Jonathan Judge will unknowingly play a vital role in getting the children to their new location and the start of their mission from God.

The inhabitants in this new location are demons, along with the occasional pirates that happen to find the island. The most ruthless pirate that has ever laid foot on the island is one known as Captain Samuel Slayer Johnson, a once respected naval officer, then life happened.

Captain Mize has agreed to help Pastor Judge build their new village. The captain of course has ulterior motives, he knows that pirates have been on the island, which only means one thing, buried treasure.

The demons on the island are excited about their new visitors. They want to get the battle raging and end this once and for all. The angels are prepared, and they will assist the humans in the battles that lie ahead. Unfortunately, only the children are currently aware of these impending battles.

                       The battle between good and evil is all around us

In the tranquil community on quaint Starfish Island, nothing is as it seems. Guarded by powerful angelic forces, the island and it's residents are the focus of demonic attacks. But the six kids of the Starfish Island gang are fighting back, each with a special spiritual gift, and all armed with their faith and the Word of God. The gang's leader, Andrew is caught in a spiritual dilemma. His younger brother Lee hasn't found exactly how he fits in the gang, but he's on the verge of discovering his unique gift. Michael wants to explore the island, while his little brother, Allen has been entrusted with the guardianship of the important treasures revealed to the gang in their quest. Meanwhile Paige and Sally are hot on the trail of clues that will help the gang solve the deeper mysteries of the island. Follow the Starfish Island gang on their inspiring adventures, which take them from the amazing basement of the local library to the depths of the island's caves, from spiritual strength to tests of faith. How will they handle the new kids who want to join the gang? Will the angels help them to discern the truth in the newcomer's hearts...or will the forces of evil take over?

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The Beach House by Brenda Mize Garza Front Cover

In the beach house, a self-proclaimed gang of five kids living in quiet Shell Cove on Starfish Island while away their carefree days on the island's white beaches, building sandcastles and riding the crystal-blue ocean's waves as they crash ashore.  One day, they decide to go exploring.  They enter an old abandoned beach house and discover they have left behind the idyllic world of sunlit sand and entered a strange world of unfamiliar voices, disappearing people, and wily demons.

The author, Brenda Mize Garza, draws together two disparate worlds-the familiar realm inhabited by people with faith in God and the domain of demons whose plans oppose the Lord.  She explores what happens when these two realms touch down in the lives of five young people.

The kids' curiosity leads them into the terrain of a longstanding battle. They come to appreciate what Ms. Martha, the town librarian, tells them about the reasons Paul the apostle had in mind when he counseled the Christians in Ephesus, writing "Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil."

The Beach House promises to delight it's readers with the tale of the companionship of five curious young people and to challenge them with the ramifications of discovering a place where the kingdoms of good and evil cross paths and the ensuing conflict leaves no person unchanged.