|Author: Bill Myers|
Year Published: 1994
What Bill Myers has done in previous novels, he continues to do well here. Just like The Society, this is a fast-paced novel that delves into spiritual warfare. Whether or not you agree with Mr. Myers' portrayal, you can't help but be riveted by it.
Excellently written, as usual for Bill Myers. I felt like I was there.
Moral Content: 3.5/5
Spiritual warfare is a scary thing to even think about, so, it's no surprise that this novel has some frightening moments. What makes this even scarier than the premiere book in the series is a scene where demonic powers are used to hurt an animal. Hypnotism is used for evil purposes in this story, but it is mentioned that opinions on such a practice are split; depending on your experiences with it, you may agree or disagree with the book's claims.
Conclusion: Add this to the long list of Bill Myers' masterworks; seriously, he is one of the best Christian authors of our time, and it's books like this that prove it.