Joel and Deborah Benjamin fight to save their marriage and their lives from bizarre occurrences. Dark Secrets to be told.
This PG story destroys any "religious" thought that doing "church" is normal. There's nothing average about this book. It ranks right up there with Frank Peretti's books.
Evil is alive, but not well, on planet earth. Evil Realms pulls back the curtain to take a look. It's not pretty. In fact, it's very ugly.
What a great read. It'll give you shivers in the night and awake you to the reality of the supernatural.
A good story
Law pens a good story in Evil Realms. This is the first book that I've read of Law's, and it was pretty good. It had a slow confusing start, but I read through it and finally got what the story was about. The characters and plot needed a bit more development, but the story itself was interesting in a way that pitted good versus evil, or heaven versus hell. It felt like a very intense spiritual war, not just on the outside but within the characters. I liked the story, and would read more of Law's work. All in all, a good story.