Avid reader, wannabe writer, poet and lover of all Literature.
True Must Read
How deceitful and cunning our enemy is!
The humor at times when Ed asked the name of a demon it answered "Eddie, but I lie"
I thought would be stupid or terrifying but was well read by Author and very interesting.
Crazy good book, will listen to it again. I believe every word of what happen to this poor family. Really makes one think of whats next
Probably someone who is a bit more gullible than me. I love ghost stories even if I take it all with a grain of salt, but this book - and the Warrens themselves - was just a farce and beyond ridiculous. There was no corroboration of evidence whatsoever. None of the people who supposedly went through these horrific hauntings have actually been verified. I struggle to believe that any member of a police/ a The book was purely based on what the Warrens said they encountered. I find it very hard to believe that so many of these events truly happened. Whenever the Warren's are challenged in the book they have an answer for everything, but none of the answers have any substantiating evidence!!! Not once have the Warrens ever tried to take a scientific approach to solve their "mysteries" it is always supernatural phenomena and I call BS!!!!
Probably not, no.
Yes it did.
If I was an editor, I'd advise my client to take any reference to non-fiction and real life out of it.
I was irritated by the book and could not finish listening to it. Ed and Lorraine Warren are grade A charlatans and hypocrites.
I recommend this book to anybody that might be the least bit interested in ghosts and haunted houses. And demons.
This book is true. The stories happened. It scared me.
Todd Haberkorn held my attention from the beginning to the end.
The Demonologist - Why You Should Be Scared When Hearing A Bump In The Night
I never really understood the differences between ghosts and demons. Now I do and I wish I didn't. It's a great book that if you believe in ghosts and spirits, you'll find entertaining and educational.