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Once again, Todd Haberkorn really knocks it out of the park with his performances of both Ed and Lorraine. It's nice, the consistency, as he has done the other Warren books.
This book is similar to Ghost Hunters, as it's a series of shorter cases mixed in with personal stories, as opposed to one long story. It's broken down into sections with several cases in each section.
I do really enjoy their books. And I love how Haberkorn brings them to life. They feel like real people, as they should, and that makes a difference. You care about them and the people they are helping.
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If I were to compare it to the most recent 2017 release, that one is better in my opinion. but overall entertaining and informative.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
I started this book soon realising that it was a mediocre read. I persevered but it got no better at all.
Unfortunately, through further reading of Ed and Lorrain's books, I have realised that Ed likes to talk, and talk, and talk about himself.
This book is unfortunately boring, unbelievable and lack credibility. I am a paranormal believer having had my own very bad experience. Having read the majority of Warren books I conclude that they are mainly too similar although the story is always different.
I do believe that the Warrens experienced many paranormal events but that they exaggerated these experiences and also used them for self publicity and an income derived from the books.
This particular book is awful and torturous to listen to. Don't waste your money or a credit on this one guys. The Warrens have written other more interesting, thought provoking books.