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The Dark Side of the Supernatural: Every Path Leads Somewhere... Paperback – June 16, 2015
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Much thanks goes to Brynne and her family for contributing this resource as a means to open the eyes of the unknowing public to the unseen, evil world around us!
For the record Brynne is one of the three "teenage Exorcists" Bob Larson paraded about as an attention seeking draw to his exorcism scams. I do not know if she understands the full extent of the harm she participated in or even if she's aware of the negative side of her father's businesses.
After reading this book I can clearly see how naive she is. She does provide a glimpse, however blinded she is, about certain publicity incidents including the Anderson Cooper appearance which rightly cast doubts as to the veracity of the teenage Exorcists stunt. Considering her age and that she was home schooled, the factual inaccuracies, naivete and frankly her own gullibility are all obvious in this book.
It reads more like a high school term paper rather than an honest look into her life and her beliefs and about those around her. Published by a Christian vanity press, her first book isn't bad. It isn't good because it feels shallow and doesn't feel honest to me. Like a lot of Christian books, it has a number of factual errors in it about various subjects, some of the errors are so obvious and were exposed years ago it wouldn't surprise me her source is her daddy. Many of the subjects she mentions are not discussed in depth but treated simplistically as if she didn't want to show her ignorance.
Not a great book but not a stinker. Just be aware it was a teenager who wrote this naive piece of prose.