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Reviewed by Essien Asian for Readers' Favorite
Trapped in an unhappy marriage and faced with the sad reality of three children to cater to by herself, Pura Regalado draws inner strength from an unforgettable encounter with Jesus to turn her life around. She comes close to defeat when she nearly succumbs to what doctors mistakenly believe to be schizophrenia but snatches victory from the jaws of defeat. All through this, she witnesses the decay and corruption that has destroyed her home nation but stays steadfast in her faith and belief that there is only one way out of this quagmire and that answer lies in the Bible. The Second Coming Of Jesus is her unique story of self-discovery.
Pura Regalado regales us with her true accounts with some vivid storytelling. Her details are well spaced out and she goes out of her way to express herself. You can feel her frustration at being taken for a fool by her supposed friends. She is blunt about her naivete regarding people and the details she gives about the difficulties associated with doing business in the Philippines are informative. The solutions she proffers for finding a way out of the present morass in her homeland are a welcome addition and the discussion on the concept of the Collective Unconscious is deep and revealing. There is nothing to dislike about this book. Regalado has done a good job with The Second Coming Of Jesus. It makes for some intriguing reading.