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    House of Darkness House of Light

    I enjoyed this book...Had me reflecting on my life and a lot of questions I myself had asked! I can not wait for volume 3!
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    amazing !!

    after reading part 1, I had to read part 2. such an amazing interesting story. its truly amazing what this family had gone through for so many years and still come out strong as ever.
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    House of Darkness 2

    Although I enjoyed this book,at the end which I thought was the end. There was a lot of repetition.
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    Disappointed

    Difficult read as the writer is very philosophical and often refers to events she never explains are describes ..is. The Warrens involvement. Andrea refers to a seance but she never actually tells the reader what actually happened but refers to it as though the reader is aware of all the details..most off there time the reader feels ' out of the story' not really understanding what the writer is talking about. It is a very confusing way to write. Clearly Andrea knows what she is talking about, but her readers do not know the story
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    Compelling but Confusing

    This book is worth the read for the story alone since it's written more from the children's perspectives. Keep in mind that the author's style of writing is extremely descriptive which can sometimes fog the actual account. Also, the author tends to time warp back and forth quite a bit so you really need to concentrate on what's happening.
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