Coming-of-age story has virgin birth, miracles, and identity

‘The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza’ is packed with meaning that unfurls naturally.

Shaun David Hutchinson’s ‘The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza’ has a lot going on: young love that happens to be from one girl toward another, virgin birth, miracles, shadowy government agents, and a bad stepdad.

Shaun David Hutchinson’s ‘The Apocalypse of Elena Mendoza’ has a lot going on: young love that happens to be from one girl toward another, virgin birth, miracles, shadowy government agents, and a bad stepdad.

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