The amount of time the author spent analyzing herself and how this is communicated to the reader/listener.
The proper conveyance of this mental type. That it focuses on how these individuals are non-violent and not serial killers but rather highly successful individuals.
The positive benefits of a female reader in revealing these topics, less overwhelming then a male.
Contrary to what preconceived ideals, this book brings new information. Specifically, about interrogation techniques that would be very useful in day to day life.
It doesn't make light of the complexity of reading human emotions, the need for baselines. But instead tries to allow a comprehensive view to make well informed decisions on the validity of a persons statement.
More advanced interrogation techniques. These are often opposite of those techniques commonly viewed in Hollywood and TV created series.
The Complexity of Story Telling
Performance made this a book one of those you'd like to listen straight through.
Detailed. Unbiased. Riveting.
The build up the end bringing in topics that hadn't been mentioned in before watched documentaries.
Hats off to the author for such an original and thorough analysis of this book. The amount of research and work taken on is unbelievable and brings much credit to his style. Outside of Dead Mountain, I would read other texts by him due to the nature of his work. Unbelievably well done. Poses many options and lets the reader surmount the nature of the book.
This book provides what I would consider kind of a slow introduction to Dark Elves. This book is crucial and was very well done, it just seems the topics and conflicts in this book are juvenile compared with those that come later on.
Zaknafein. This keeps changing as well. While growing up Drizzt was clearly my favorite character, his moral compass is common with what I would consider the mind of an adolescent. As I have grown I tend to identify with evil characters much much more. A moral compass seems to consistently cost heros a price and for them to lose something. Morally bound individuals are predictable and can be quickly surpassed.
The battle with the gnomes and destroying the elemental would be the most impressing and favorite scene. However, the graduation ceremony with the calling of a lower denisen would of been pretty incredible to see as well.
While Drizzt is more bound to ideals then myself, I like the overall concept. I don't like morals and ethics simply on the basis they are not mine. I do not appreciate that a society sets up guidelines and everyone is supposed to follow them. I believe you as a person should determine those ideals you hold valuable and you live by those. We were given a conscious and the ability to rationalize and think so we are able to use our minds. People are so consumed by what is right and wrong, those who are able to go outside of their comfort zone or who aren't bound to concepts like this are able to surpass everyone. Drizzt was born in a society where he rebelled against everything that his society built for, yet he used it, covered himself in it and then escaped determining how he lives his life independently. That is the greatest thing I associate with this book. He has a rescuer mentality for those who are unable to take care of themselves.
Yes. With so much public attention, believe this is a crucial case to know the circumstances surrounding these events.
The males in this story/house. I would like to know why men were the only ones who were the focus of this affliction.
The knowledge of pacing, proper reading, tone and not becoming over dramatic when making a case or reading an exciting chapter.
Given my past experiences, my biggest reactions were to those scenes Jody made appearances. It is beyond creepy that this presence was bound to a pigs body and this is who the child was playing with. I experienced much as a child and adult and it still makes me uncomfortable that these impacts and experiences are made.
I am curious if the original Dafeo is possessed in prison. If that is the case, if this demon has made any attempts to transfer itself, to escape, if a suicide attempt will be made or what the individuals prison conditions are like.
This would be the highest ranking audiobook I have come across thus far.
The most memorable moments in the demonologist are the documented visits with demons on recordings. Absolutely intriguing, would love an opportunity to visit the museum of the occult.
He gave an even keeled presentation not being over dramatic, but simply added credibility by a realistic voice. It was just a very matter of fact presentation of a very knowledgeable couple.
The variances between different types of poltergeist activities, those that are contributed to ghosts and the very distinct actions of demon like activity.
This is a mind blowing piece, offering much insight into the history of hauntings in the United States and the world. In many senses, I believe this book would bring peace to those who currently are having interactions with presences.
No. This book is much more of an instruction giving the history and details surrounding the rite of exorcism. As far as entertainment, thrills, this book is pretty lacking. That is not to say it is not a great text book and very interesting. If looking for factual knowledge I would highly recommend.
This book would be on the same shelf as those published by Gabrielle Amorth. They are books of instruction and are not written to give readers a sense of thrill or entertainment factors.
No favorite character identified.
The variations throughout history of increased and subsequent decreased possessions.
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