Deep in a deserted forest, a coven of witches is taken by surprise as they attempt to summon the Dark Lord, Anubin, from the spirit world.
At his Easter camp, young Gilbert Hawkins has an amazing divine encounter. However, as the subsequent years pass, he and his girlfriend find themselves increasingly the subject of demonic visitations. What is the connection between these seemingly isolated events, over 300 years apart? As the angelic forces of good and evil clash, the disturbing nature of the mystery gradually emerges. Can the dark servants of Anubin be prevented from obtaining for him the power he so desperately seeks - the power that comes from the black talisman?
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- Natalie @ BookLoversLife
Paranormal of the Christian Variety
While I totally agree that Christianity is a fun supernatural story, when I go to read paranormal books I hope for a more original idea. If I want to hear about good vs. evil in the form of angels and demons I could travel to certain parts of the USA and listen to folks who actually believe in it. So, while the story wasn't horrible, it certainly wasn't very interesting. The demon itself wasn't compelling - the main description is that he had "big, red eyes glowing in the darkness." It was lazy story telling in my opinion but perhaps it just wasn't for me.
All of that said, Jake Urry does a great job of making me want to listen to a boring and not believable love story between two young bible thumpers. He was great (as always) but not great enough for me to recommend this book to anyone.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.
- Tad B.