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Our hero is Jack Bennett--a blogger and sometimes consultant who seems to have special insight into the spiritual realm. When Jack does consult, it is usually with Frank who heads the paranormal unit. Emily, a waitress at their favorite restaurant, serves as Jack's love interest, but at the end of the book, we find that she has secrets of her own.
Through his work with Jack, Frank becomes convinced of the existence of angels and demons and becomes a Christian. We also get to see that there is a plot afoot, though our main characters haven't unraveled that yet.
One thing that did mar the enjoyment for me was that, despite showing as being edited, there were still punctuational/grammatical errors. Most notably was whenever the author wanted to refer to Mr. and Mrs. Oslow (owners of the house featured at the beginning of the book) by their last name. The correct plural would be Oslows (or Oslowes if you prefer adding es rather than just s). Oslow's shows that someone named Oslow owns whatever comes after the word. Oslow's house means 1 Oslow owned the house. To show that the house was owned by more than one Oslow it should be Oslows' or Oslows's (depending on which grammar rules to which you ascribe).
Also, not much seems to get resolved in this book. I found it interesting enough that I did not mind, but I could see where some readers might feel they were "cheated" into having to buy the next book in the series to find out what happens after investing so much time reading this one.
but the most interesting element is the story of good and evil.
The spiritual world is represented with angels and demons battling
right here on earth. The Bible references are clear and informative.
It is a very exciting book and I cannot wait for #2
Except, of course, it stopped just as it got interesting. I imagine the worldly might complain a bit. But, for believers, this tale is a joy.
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I might have put up with the religious slant but there were too many biblical passages peppered in just the first four chapters.Read more