Satan's World

Satan's World
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by Diane Kelley

After years of struggle as a child and a teenager, trying to find her way in the world and understand her family and fellow human beings, Diane Kelley found her way to God through the Jehovah Witness faith. Finally, she believed she had a calling and a purpose in life-serving Jehovah by bringing others into the fold, thus receiving showers of blessings.

Much to her dismay, things went awry immediately and she suddenly found herself in Satan’s World. Satan was determined to thwart Diane and her family at every move and even sent a horde of demons to plague her until she found herself admitted to a mental hospital, diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic who was having hallucinations and hearing voices.

Now Diana courageously tells her story of her battle against her demons, both those sent by Satan and those in the everyday world, hoping she can help others escape from Satan’s World.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Having written her autobiography from birth to present in an effort to understand what has happened to her and help others benefit from her experiences, Diane Kelley is now attending the Institute of Children’s Literature with the goal of writing children’s books as a new career.

(2004, paperback, 216 pages)

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Reader Review
Diane Kelley doesn’t just give readers a glimpse of her life of her life in her autobiography “Satan’s World.” She paints a picture of how schizophrenia can destroy one’s life and family. “The fact that I got sick and it took away from my efforts of being a mother I felt like I failed my children as the mother I should have been,” Kelley said. “It is a blessing that I am still alive.”

- - San Bernardino Sun, Canan Tasci, Staff Writer, February 01, 2007
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