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Ginny Peace

Ginny Peace begins the novel as an awkward teenager with dark hair and eyes, large hands a feet, and a love of books. When she has her first experience with Spirit possession at a Pentecostal church service, she finds that this type of worship is her new passion. There are never any problems with her religion until she marries Tom Powell and starts a family with him. Tom does not approve of Ginny's Pentecostal worship and forbids her from attending the services any longer. Ginny defiantly continues to attend the services, which leads to many problems in her marriage. Ginny accuses Tom of being greedy and controlling, while he accuses her of being a devil worshiper. Ginny continues to attend the meetings until her third pregnancy ends in a miscarriage. Before the miscarriage, Ginny is nearly attacked by a rabid dog, which could be a symbol for...

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