I mainly listen to audiobooks while I'm at work since I rarely have time to read. It helps drown out the voices in my head.
Not a traditional novel, it was presented as a journal.
I loved it, though. I am the biggest skeptic, I don't believe anything- even facts. The way the Warrens discussed their experiences...I was totally convinced. I briefly entertained the possiblilty my 18 month old son was poccessed bc he looked at me wierd, like an evil adult. He can be a jerk, though. I dismissed it as such but I'm keeping my eye on that kid.
I enjoyed the Annabelle story. If you've seen any of the Conjuring, Annabelle, Sinister, etc movies you should listen to this- very interesting.
The narrarating was like listening to your grandfather do his best to tell you a story you really NEED to hear so you're doing your best to be respectful and patient but you'd wish someone else would listen to this guy and tell you later, after Pop pop's gone to bed.
It made it seem like there are demons everywhere and ghosts all over the place. Is this real? Normally made up stuff is clearly BS but I'm not sure how to fact check this...
I'll probably get some of the other about the Warrens if they're on sale.
Loved it! It reaffirmed my choice to live in the light. I've heard of Ed & Lorraine but never truly researched them to hear their story. This book gave a fascinating look into their work & what they've seen that most people will go a life time without even crossing paths with.