Posted January 25, 2012
For the longest time I avoided picking up this book because it just sounded weird.But after reading Flight of Shadows by this same author (and liking it) I thought I would give him another try and I was very pleased.It was almost hard for me to take this book as fiction because there has been alot in the news lately about Catholic leaders being charged with child molestation/porn, and since Satan is the driving force behind all our sin, this book made sense! The book was by no means, portraying the whole of the Catholic church of evil, but it did point out the dangers of putting people on pedestals. The author also talked about how we as humans either deny the existence of demons or just don't think about them existing. But the reality is that humans have been stalked since the beginning of time by their unseen predator the demon. He had the character ask the question, how can we fight something when we deny it exists and we don't understand the full extent of its power? We can't. So even though this book was the fictional story about a 12 year old girl who could feel evil all around her unless she wore a magnetic bracelet, it made me think. Besides the depth of the book, it's also a highly intense story with a twisting plot.It's an all around good read.
I received this book for the purpose of this review from waterbrook publishing company.
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