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Helpful and Entertaining
on December 9, 2011
We found this book to be quite interesting to read, although we found the narrator's talk about swinging tomahawks and crystal power rods in the air baffling. At times we didn't know if this was for real or being made up.
The narrator's suggestions for help when being attacked or bothered by negative entities was very helpful, the book was worth it just for that information.
As for this book being about "shadow people", the narrator basically meant (and believe he said it during his book) demons of some type ~ not what we, or many people, consider shadow people. To us, shadow being and demons are two different creatures of the spirit world.
We could not understand, though, why this family had so many negative creatures and experiences coming at them all the time, no matter where they lived. It did not sound normal. Is it the adage "like attracts like" or were they doing something to draw all these negative beings to them?
This book is really for someone who has been exposed to the paranormal world already, not for a beginner. We believe a beginner would find the book confusing in some parts.
Even so, as mentioned earlier, we found the book very entertaining and interesting reading, sort of one of those books where you say you will only read one or two more pages and then quit for the night, only to have suddenly find yourself chapters and hours later still reading. We just wish we had more background on the narrator to understand the swinging tomahawks and power rods and more understanding on where the narrator learned this technique (as well as others in the book) for getting rid of bad entities.