I you're interested in the topic I would definitely recommend this book, I always wanted to get back to it every time I had a chance, it keeps you hooked, and the narration was very good. It has a lot of valuable information from all the cases the Warren's worked in.
Yes, I was not fully engaged in the story until later in the book, when the narrator started recalling actual accounts of the paranormal.
I really enjoyed it when the narrator changed his voice for the various characters.
No I haven't.
Yes it was very intriguing.
I disagree with some of the comments and have a hard time dealing with the first story when it was proven beyond a reasonable doubt to have ever happened (Amityville), and the use of witchcraft as a source of the demons infestations. But in general this book kept me entertained.
Who seeks shall find. -Sophocies
I have nothing but respect and love for the Warren's. I do have many questions. I understand there is risk in learning about demonology, however I think someone needs to find a way to help others in identifying and protection techniques.
RIP Ed and love to Lorraine
This book was good because it makes you think about good versus evil. There are times were you'll feel the hair on the back of you neck stand on end.
I thought the book was well written, the narration thoughtful and overall superb. I "power" listened through it because some of the stories are terrifying and if you believe, true.
If you're a fan of the Conjuring or Annabelle, it's definitely a great background to the "true" story.
Yes. Great book for these who want more details behind movies like Amityville and Annabelle
It is real not fictional
His character voices sound like the warrens
Their paranormal research experiences were crazy!!!!