The Witching Hour: A Novel Themes

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Predestination versus Free Will

Michael is a very superstitious character who cannot help but see the coincidences in his life that lead him to Rowan, the house on First Street, and maybe even playing straight into Lasher's desire to be reborn. He repeatedly has an intuitive feeling that everything that happens to he and Rowan is planned. However, his belief in his vision from the first drowning overshadows everything else that he does. He believes the beings from that vision are benevolent, and that they gave him an honorable mission. He keeps waiting for those beings to direct him what to do so he can complete the mission. He wonders if he is meant to be who he is and if he is meant to be with Rowan. With a little encouragement from Aaron, he moves forward with his own agenda of restoring the house, marrying Rowan, and relocating...

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