Deliver Us From Evil: Taken From the Files of Ed and Lorraine Warren

Deliver Us From Evil Taken From the Files of Ed and Lorraine Warren It was some time ago that audiences were first treated to the spectacular claims of Ed and Lorraine Warren Ed and Lorraine paint a somber supernatural landscape for the reader who is able to stomach

  • Title: Deliver Us From Evil: Taken From the Files of Ed and Lorraine Warren
  • Author: J.F. Sawyer Betty Joan Burr Ed Warren Lorraine Warren
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  • Page: 100
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • It was some time ago that audiences were first treated to the spectacular claims of Ed and Lorraine Warren Ed and Lorraine paint a somber, supernatural landscape for the reader who is able to stomach a voyage into a world of supernatural evil Ed Warren September 7, 1926 August 23, 2006 was a noted demonologist, exorcist, author, lecturer and artist Lorraine Warren iIt was some time ago that audiences were first treated to the spectacular claims of Ed and Lorraine Warren Ed and Lorraine paint a somber, supernatural landscape for the reader who is able to stomach a voyage into a world of supernatural evil Ed Warren September 7, 1926 August 23, 2006 was a noted demonologist, exorcist, author, lecturer and artist Lorraine Warren is a clairvoyant medium Together they are perhaps the earliest of the original ghost hunters, fifty five years experience Ed Warren s interest in the ghosts was jump started early This was not too surprising because Ed was brought up in a haunted house Lorraine also had her share of supernatural events as a child Ed and Lorraine used their income as artists to fund their trips to haunted houses During their visits, they kept careful records and when possible, recording of events and the way they helped those who had been unfortunate to meet up with ghosts, curses, black magic and unpleasant activities.

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    1. J.F. Sawyer Betty Joan Burr Ed Warren Lorraine Warren says:

      J.F. Sawyer Betty Joan Burr Ed Warren Lorraine Warren Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Deliver Us From Evil: Taken From the Files of Ed and Lorraine Warren book, this is one of the most wanted J.F. Sawyer Betty Joan Burr Ed Warren Lorraine Warren author readers around the world.

    2. This was an awesome paranormal read that is from the case files of Ed and Lorraine Warren - a definite page turner and very detailed insight to the different case files. Anyone who loves true paranormal stories and anyone who follows the Warrens will want to read this book. This book was scary and I did keep the lights on some, but it was so good that I finished the book in 2 days. Kept me glued to my kindle.

    3. This is yet another one of my literary ventures into the life of Ed and Lorraine Warren. Say what you will about the validity of their claims and about the supernatural, at the end of the day whether it's true or not, it's still creepy. The tales in the book definitely fit the creepy description and imagining them really happening to someone made it hard for me to read it alone at night. I know.I am so lame. Regardless, I still twitched every time I heard a bump in the night I wasn't expecting. [...]

    4. Ed Warren signed this book, but I wonder if he actually read it. I'm sure if he had read the book he wouldn't have signed it! Not only did the author have trouble keeping the names of the characters straight in one of the stories, but he also changed the way each story actually went down! I'm very familiar with Ed and Lorraine Warren's work, so this is not something that I can just easily overlook. The way this author would have you to believe it, the Warrens leave families suffering from supern [...]

    5. The book is in serious need of an editor, with its multiple grammatical errors, mistypes, and juvenile language.Each case is reportedly true. Each is introduced by describing a person or persons in unbelievably horrifying situations, and "only the Warrens could help." It begins to make them sound like comic book superheroes.As for the cases – I just don't know. I have respect for the work the Warrens have done, but it seems they repeatedly drift into the enemy's camp, though remaining in their [...]

    6. I don't really know how to categorize this book to be honest. The Warren's are local to my area and the book was recommended to me by a friend who know the Warren's. The stories in the book are based on actual events and the Warren's have an excellent reputation for their honesty and investigation skills, so I will give them the credit they deserve for walking into some of the places mentioned when most of us would run for the hills. I do believe in spirit entities and I would be small minded if [...]

    7. This is the weakest, by far, of the books about and by the Warrens. The reason: the writing caliber, combined with weak editing. Misplaced commas abound, and sentence structure is, at times, odd. At some points the prose is strangely florid:The silence in that valley of shadows is shattered by the echoes of the tragedy carried on the murmuring winds.I recommend The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed and Lorraine Warren.

    8. Its a nice and quick read. There are many stories in this book, and that has a good and a bad point.The good thing, is that reading gets dynamic and not so frightening, you get a general idea of the most interesting cases the Warren´s were involved with.The bad part is that they describe very little of what was going on in each case, you end up feeling lots of details were left out, and not explained.But all in all its entertaining, you know it will serve good as scary campfire stories.

    9. This was a fast and enjoyable read. The author writes in a fresh and fast-moving style that keeps the reader riveted. Mr. Sawyer presents investigational narratives about several of the warren's cases. Among the best are the Possessed, Satan's Daughter, The Voodoo Doll, and The Incredible Case of Maria. Also included are various drawings by Ed Warren. This is an essential read for anyone who is a fan of the Warren's career and ministry.

    10. well it has a lot of great short stories, but I wish there was a little more detail in some of them. I was reading this book when my power went out at home and it scared me to no ends (so I guess it did it's job). come to find out just a transformer blew. I am looking forward to reading more books like this!!! thanks for the good read

    11. Crazy case files from the famous Demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren. Very interesting to read, however many of the stories end without any resolution. What happened to those people?!?!?! I want to KNOW!!

    12. The Warren's do not disappoint when it comes to sharing their experiences with the paranormal. This book provides many chapters for an easy quick read while presenting information on some of their best/most haunting cases. Worth the read.

    13. True story about exorcisms by the couple who are the subject of the movie The Conjuring. Somewhat unbelievable but haunting tales.

    14. Interesting and quick read. Some issues with the author not keeping names straight through. Would have been better if written by the Warrens.

    15. Not bad collection of "true" stories regarding personal and 3rd party involvement from the warrens.The best bit was Ed's take on the real story behind The Exorcist

    16. This book is a collection of short stories.t really my type of book. I would rather it have been one full detailed story.

    17. Reviewgood some stories seem to end though without an actual finish to them. exorcism story was the best one in the collection.

    18. The stories in this book were very interesting, it was just very poorly written. It reminded me of children's books that I would read in the 80's.

    19. This book stinks. It is poorly written and reads like a catalog of a list of stories, not the actual stories. These are like summaries, not stories. I've very disappointed.

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