I might try another book from this author, but I'd probably choose something else first.
This is the first book I have listened to by this author.
Mr. black is a good narrator. He did his job well, which means all of my focus was on the book and its characters rather than on his style.
No, I don't think this book makes a good seed for a series.
There were things I liked about the story. The author illustrated common understanding among many Christians about how the spirit world works, while also poking a little fun at some of the more radical approaches to dealing with it. Overall though, I found the story line a bit simplistic, It's themes and imagery might have come an illustrative book on how to write a cheap horror novel. If I were to recommend it, it would be to Christian parents who want to warn their sufficiently mature children of the dangers of dabbling in the occult in a non-threatening way.
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