Seemed like a Great book, had me at the edge of my seat..and then ubruptly ended.
Amityville was the topic in the beginning seemed like they would have had some closure or info about it in the end...but nothing. Initially thought it was an error, thinking maybe I skipped ahead on accident. But that was not the case, it was the END.
I am a Paranormal Investigator and the Warren's put years of experience into one book that will be helpful to anyone. They introduce you to human and less dangerous spirits and then give great examples of why people need to know what they are doing when they "dabble" in the occult. The narration was terrific!!
Love the classics and good mysteries.
Forget about the movies. This book is much better and the narrator is awesome. Good experience.
Very interesting listen and hard to put down. The information was presented in a matter of fact manner and not at all sensational. Yet the narrator is excellent, lending a mastery of the telling of the story by his incredible voice skill and control. I would love to learn of other works that this narrator has performed.
I have a lo e hate relationship with this book and others like it involving Ed and Lorraine Warren. The book is fascinating and terrifying. I would not recommend listening at night or when you're alone. That being said I have listened 3 times in the last year. Still freaks me out. Great listen!
Glad I got this audible book. I learned a lot and it answered a lot of questions I didn't think could actually be answered so cut and clear in a book. A balanced outlook on the spirit world that shows you how to protect yourself and your loved ones. TY.
The narrator did a decent job at this. He brought a bit of warmth to something that could have been darn right hokey. The book material is fine if you come with an open mind (not open as in 'ghosts exists!' but open as in 'this is a work of fiction'. If you wanted something of a real case file with, you know...evidence of any kind...then you will want to skip this one.
Every time--I mean EVERY TIME--Ed and Lorraine had 'evidence' to produce to the writer, it would either not be featured in the book (the heck?) or something of an excuse is given like 'oh, we WOULD play the tape for you, but then a little girl will come out of the TV and kill you...'. This assumes that the actual 'evidence' actually 'survived'. Apparently, ghosts let you tape them, but god help you if you want to archive that tape. Then the ghost comes out and destroys all evidence like it never existed....
This is one of the best books I have come according so far on the work of the Demonologist. It gives a lot of very useful information on how to tell the difference between a human and inhuman spirit, how and why they attack and what to do about it if the do. A must read!
Ok, let me start off by saying that the book in and of itself is very entertaining for the substance. Any and all persons interested in the Warrens and their experiences up through 1980, this book is a great choice.
Let me now get to the biggest reason to get the book: the performance! The guy they got, Todd Haberkorn, was able to perform the hell, pun intended, out of this book. No shoddy, lack-luster performance to be found in this here audiobook!
This would/could be the perfect book for Halloween time, or any time really! The subject matter is exactly what you expect it to be, chilling. And the explanations give incredible visuals into what goes down and how it happens. I will for sure be re-listening come October!